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Companies Invited to Register for GIS Virtual Career Fair

01/29/2018 —

Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS) will present The Pipeline, the Insurance Industry’s first Virtual Career Fair for Collegiate Talent, on February 13, 2018. In conjunction with Insurance Careers Month, the career fair will bring employers together with college students pursuing a career in the insurance industry, providing access to companies seeking entry-level and internship candidates. This event is open to all students, regardless of their affiliation with GIS. It is also an opportunity for recruiters to have a single access point to tap into an aggregated pool of talent from a number of schools.

Company registration is only $350, and FREE for Sustaining Partners. Recruit students from all majors at schools from all over the country, without having to leave your office. Don't miss this opportunity to find the industry's up-and-coming talent!

Register now on the GIS website.

The Pipeline is presented in collaboration with Insurance Careers Month, Insuring Ohio Futures, IABA (International Association of Black Actuaries), and MyPath.


About Gamma Iota Sigma
Incorporated in 1965 and boasting an annual membership of over 4,000 students at 75 colleges and universities throughout North America, Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS) is the industry’s premier collegiate talent pipeline and has over 50 years of history of engaging students and preparing them for careers in insurance.

GIS is the only organization of its kind and is the solution to the industry’s talent gap issue, pursuing a mission to promote, encourage, and sustain student interest in insurance, risk management, and actuarial science as professions. GIS is committed to growing the number of highly qualified students entering the industry; to that end, the number of GIS students and active chapters has more than doubled in recent years and continues to grow. In partnership with Sustaining Partners, corporate supporters, professional organizations, and trade associations, the full spectrum of GIS programming provides its members with meaningful interaction with the industry, as well as the tools to pursue and succeed in an insurance career. For more information, visit:

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