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Recruiting

We can help meet your recruiting needs and connect you to our risk management and insurance students.

Job and Internship Postings

If your firm has a potential employment or internship opportunity that you would like to bring to our students’ attention, please use the following contact information to provide us with the necessary materials. In your announcement, please include a brief job description outlining the duties and requirements of the position, a contact person at your firm, a brief description of the activities of your firm or department within your firm, and a web address whenever possible. You may mail or fax the information to us; however, email is preferred as we can then simply forward the message to the appropriate lists. We are very proud of our students and hope that we can help you meet your employment needs.

Internship Program

Looking for an intern? We can collect student resumes or arrange on-campus interviews with our students. Review the Internship Program Guide for Employers and contact us with any questions.

Internship Participation Form

Resume Book

In order to preserve our students' privacy, our resume book is password-protected. Please email the Risk Management and Insurance program for the password. If you'd prefer us to mail you a copy, please call our office at 706-542-4290.

Spring 2022 Resume Book

RMI Careers Day

The Risk Management and Insurance Careers Day is held every January. We typically have more than 70 insurance, risk management, actuarial science and employee benefits employers participate in this event. Our Risk Management and Insurance program is the largest in the country, with approximately 700 undergraduate students and 200 graduates each year. An additional group of MBA students generally seek positions as well. Roughly 150 RMI students seek summer internship opportunities each year.

Learn more about RMI Careers Day

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