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An Actuary is a business professional who utilizes mathematics, probability, statistics, and business acumen to assess and quantify risk. Actuaries at Guardian are well respected and often rise to high levels of management. Guardian offers a well-run Actuarial Student Program that provides excellent opportunities for success to aspiring Actuaries.

As part of the program, Guardian offers its students significant support, including subsidizing exam fees and materials, paid time off to study, salary increases—in addition to yearly performance raises—and mentoring by an experienced Actuary at Guardian.

A key objective of the program is to train students in the multi-disciplinary aspects of actuarial work. This is accomplished by rotating students across our various businesses, including Individual Life, Group, Disability, and Retirement.

Actuarial students at Guardian also benefit from being part of a community. We offer a variety of events to enhance students’ skills and promote inter-departmental relationships. Students often form study groups and assist each other in preparation for actuarial exams.

After a Student completes the exams and requirements necessary to become a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, Guardian looks to provide management opportunities and exciting challenges that may eventually lead to senior-level positions in the Company.

We have Summer Internships as well as full-time Actuarial Student positions. Candidates are required to have passed at least one actuarial exam to be considered for either an internship or a full-time role. Communication skills and dedication to the profession are extremely important. See the “job openings” page for current opportunities in our three locations: New York, NY; Bethlehem, PA; and Pittsfield, MA. For more information, please contact:

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