Liberty Mutual Insurance
Student Diversity Symposium
Friday April 6, 2018

The Student Diversity Symposium is a daylong event designed to encourage and facilitate a constructive dialogue amongst students with diverse backgrounds. Topics are focused on diversity, inclusion and the future of the workplace with the support of Liberty Mutual leadership.

What to expect: Students from diverse backgrounds, representing partnership schools from across the country, will travel to our corporate headquarters in Boston, MA for one day to participate in activities focused on promoting diversity on campus and in the workplace. Activities include workshops, executive speakers, and panels, as well as networking and idea sharing with other students, Liberty Mutual leaders, and recruitment professionals. Participants should have the opportunity to brainstorm new ideas, share best practices, and ultimately return to campus with tools to start a constructive dialogue with their peers.

Who should attend: Sophomores or juniors who are actively involved with diverse or multicultural student organizations are encouraged to apply and attend.

When is the 2018 Student Diversity Symposium?
The Student Diversity Symposium will take place Friday April 6, 2018 in Boston, MA. Liberty Mutual will incur all costs for approved travel, lodging, and meal expenses.

How to apply?
Submit your resume along with a brief description (100 words or less, in the body of the email) as to why you would like to attend the symposium with the subject line “Student Diversity Symposium Application” to LibertyMutualCampusPrograms@libertymutual.com.

Please include your school and the student organization you are representing. We will choose 2 people per student organization to attend across a variety of colleges and universities.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at LibertyMutualCampusPrograms@libertymutual.com

Apply by March 16, 2018

Qualifications:

  • Be a current, full-time, undergraduate student in your sophomore or junior year of study.
  • Have a strong interest in the insurance industry.
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
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