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    • Information on how to set up on-campus recruiting, view student resumes, and present at meetings
    • How to contact the officers for additional information


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    • Information on companies by industry and actuarial recruiters, as well other valuable Internet links
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  • Conference of Consulting Actuaries (CCA) Job board
    • What is it?
      • The CCA has created a job board to help connect students to members of the CCA that have employment opportunities (both internships and full-time offers).This is a great opportunity for students to get their names out to smaller firms that may not have the resources required to take a day off and present on campus.
    • How Can You Use It? 
      1. Sumbit your resume and cover letter to Shannon Peterson (
      2. Your resume and cover letter will be posted on the Job Board site.
      3. You will be notified that your resume is posted.
      4. Companies will contact you via the contact information on your resume.
    • Important things to know:
      1. Your resume and cover letter will only be posted for 6 months at a time.
      2. Six months from the initial posting, you will be notified to renew the posting on file or post a new resume.
      3. It is your responsibility to let the CCA know that you have received a job, if you do, so that they can remove your posting.
    • For any additional questions, please send an email to Shannon Peterson (


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