Application deadline is October 15.

Please note that documents in addition to this application are required to complete an application package.  Send the following to justin@napslo.org by October 15 to complete your application:

(A) A copy of your current resume.  Resumes which do not conform to required standards will be disqualified.  Please click here for more information on required elements and format.

(B) One reference letter from a non-family member who can speak to your character and work ethic as an individual specifically.

(C) A response to the following two questions limited to no more than 250 words, provided via a one-page Word Document:

"The most successful internship applicants will demonstrate a commitment to pursuing a career in the U.S. surplus lines industry after graduation.  What are your career goals and how did you first become interested in a career in surplus lines?"

"What single personality trait best qualifies you for a career in the surplus lines industry?"

(D) A copy of your unofficial transcripts provided as either a Word Document or PDF.  NOTE: JPG files cannot be accepted.

Please note: In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States, to provide employment verification documents, and complete employment verification processes.  You will be asked to submit to a background check as part of the eligibility verification process if you are offered an internship.

* 1. I certify that I have read and understood the above additional requirements.  I further understand that failure to provide components in a timely manner or in the prescribed format may result in my application being disqualified from consideration.

* 2. First Name:

* 3. Last Name:

* 4. Email Address:

* 5. Cell Phone:

* 6. Cell Phone:

* 7. Have you ever been convicted of a felony?

* 8. If yes, please explain below:

* 9. University Enrolled:

* 10. Major:

* 11. Additional Major (if applicable):

* 12. Additional Major (if applicable):

* 13. Minor (if applicable):

* 14. Additional Minor (if applicable):

* 15. Additional Minor (if applicable):

* 16. Overall GPA:

* 17. Class (ex. junior, senior):

* 18. Anticipated Graduation Date (month/year):

Please note: the following questions are about HOW MANY credit hours you plan to take.  A description of WHAT those classes are is required as part of the designated resume format.

* 19. How many credit hours of risk management or insurance courses have you taken thus far in your academic career?

* 20. How many credit hours of risk management or insurance courses do you plan to take in the remainder of your academic career?

* 21. Where did you hear about the internship program (select all that apply)?

Please note that documents in addition to this application are required to complete an application package. Send the following to justin@napslo.org by October 15 to complete your application:

(A) A copy of your current resume. Resumes which do not conform to required standards will be disqualified. Please visit the Internship webpage for more information on required elements and format.

(B) One reference letter from a non-family member who can speak to your character and work ethic as an individual specifically.

(C) A response to the following two questions limited to no more than 250 words, provided via a one-page Word Document:

"The most successful internship applicants will demonstrate a commitment to pursuing a career in the U.S. surplus lines industry after graduation. What are your career goals and how did you first become interested in a career in surplus lines?"

"What single personality trait best qualifies you for a career in the surplus lines industry?"

(D) A copy of your unofficial transcripts provided as either a Word Document or PDF. NOTE: JPG files cannot be accepted.

Please note: In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States, to provide employment verification documents, and complete employment verification processes. You will be asked to submit to a background check as part of the eligibility verification process if you are offered an internship.

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