Explore Your Passion for Math & Analytics
Actuarial expertise is at the center of what we do at The Hartford. That’s why we’re committed to helping students develop the technical and leadership skills they’ll need to become successful actuaries. We offer one of the most progressive and exciting actuarial development programs in the entire country. We take pride in providing our actuarial students with competitive compensation, unlimited rotational job opportunities, and meaningful work at every level.
In our program, students lay the foundation for a promising professional career by gaining practical actuarial experience in one of our personal, business, or wealth management insurance lines. Students develop actuarial skills through seminars, study materials, challenging rotational assignments, and a supportive and ambitious peer community. Our program also includes 130 hours of study time during regular work hours for every exam sitting.
Real World Experience in Year One
Our actuaries are encouraged to get involved at every level of the actuarial discipline even in their first-year rotation at The Hartford. Whether it is sitting in on a division meeting, actively recruiting interns and recent college graduates, or presenting analysis and modeling results to the Corporate Actuarial team, you’ll benefit from a breadth of experiences rarely afforded to most early career professionals. As one student said, "I have been surprised at the amount of input I have had at every level. Interns, first year students, and all employees are treated equally."
Support & Time You Need to Prepare for Every Exam
A big part of your responsibility at this point in your career is to continue to sit for, and pass, your actuarial exams. The Hartford will provide you with study materials, help, and 130 hours of study time during regular work hours to prepare for every exam sitting. To remain in our program, you are expected to pass a minimum of one exam every three sittings.
Our Rotational Programs are Business Specific
Rotational actuarial programs are specific to either the Property & Casualty or the Life Insurance business. We do not have formal programs that cross these divisions. However, if this is something you are interested in, you can speak to your manager about how you might proceed. Generally, we request you spend at least one year in your current position.
Get Involved in Recruiting Other Students
At The Hartford, we welcome your participation in recruiting actuarial students to our development programs. You can get involved in selecting the schools we visit, creating recruitment materials, and interviewing candidates. As a program participant, we value your input and feedback. Your insights help us as we strive to continuously improve and evolve our programs to provide industry leading actuarial expertise and the best actuarial talent to The Hartford.