University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) Risk Management & Insurance Program - Prospective Employees
To review “Career Profiles" that are graduating ULM Risk Management & Insurance Majors (mostly juniors and seniors) who are currently available for a full-time position or internship please click HERE. Career Profiles are made easier for prospective employers by showing the student's "Desired Career" and "Desired Location". We've also organized the profiles by graduating date.
For more information, please contact:
Christine Berry, Ph.D., CPCU, ARe, ARM
Professor of Risk Management and Insurance Director, Small Business Risk Management Institute
University of Louisiana at Monroe
Work: (318) 342-1157
Internships - Bridge to Employment
The Big I InVEST Program has an Internship Guide that can help you structure an appropriate internship for your agency. This guide will walk you through the important elements of internships - including issues of compensation, course credit, and legal implications - and provide you with a framework for developing your own internship program.
- First, determine the type of internship you want to offer - paid, unpaid, clerical, administrative, sales, etc.
- Next, assess the appropriate age level - high school or college.
- Establish the duration for the internship - time frames are flexible, but a typical college internship lasts one semester or a summer. High school internships maybe for the school year or for the summer.
- Contact your local high school or college about the availability of interns the semester before the intern should start.
Just click HERE to get started!