Regional Affiliates — University Resources
The University Engagement Committee (UEC) has resources available to support Regional Affiliates with their student outreach activities and events. From assistance promoting scholarships and student events, to providing presentation templates and materials to distribute to students, there are a number of resources available.
|University Liaison Presentations|
|The CAS - Introductory Actuarial Career Presentation|
|Basic Ratemaking||Basic Reinsurance|
|Resume and Interviewing Tips for Actuarial Students||Basic Reserving|
|CAS Exams Presentation 2015||Predictive Modeling|
- Information for Distribution-CAS Student Central Infographics and Brochures, CAS Basic Education Summary Flyers, Future Fellows Issues.
- CAS Student Central Giveaways-Pens, post-it notes, cups, and more!
- brief description of program,
- # of expected attendees, address,
- and arrival date requested.
Please send requests at least two weeks in advance of the event to CAS Communications and Marketing Coordinator, Arnulfo Moreno at email@example.com.
The CAS University Engagement Committee has a number of programs and communication vehicles to assist you in identifying contacts at universities and sharing information.
University Liaison Program: This program connects CAS members with 330 universities to provide direct support to academics and actuarial students. You are welcome to reach out to the University Liaisons for their support or guidance in sharing information with particular schools. You can access the list of schools participating in the University Liaison Program on the CAS website.
Academic Central Program: The CAS offers a free membership program for professors teaching actuarial science or related courses. You can view the list of Academic Central members on the CAS website to help you identify specific academic contacts at universities. There are more than 250 academics participating as members of Academic Central.
Student Central Program: The CAS offers a student membership program designed to provide university students with the tools and expertise to make the transition from the classroom to a career as a casualty actuary. There is a dedicated website, www.CASstudentcentral.org, where you can direct students interested in becoming members. We currently have 3,020 members from over 350 universities.