Group of graduate students throwing graduation hats to the sky.Immediate Positions Available For The Best and The Brightest

Ahead. Above. An untraditional way for a recent college graduate to begin a career.

AmeriLife is offering standout college students a fast-track to responsibility and leadership by integrating them immediately into the management and administrative functions of the nation’s largest insurance marketing group.

“I’m looking for graduates who were a head above their peers scholastically, and who want the opportunity to be trained as leaders,” said AmeriLife’s CEO Timothy North. “Beyond their schooling, the only requisites are attitude, ambition and motivation.”

North’s management-development initiative provides qualified new associates immediate and first-hand exposure to a broad range of industry career options, predicated, in part, on their college major. From sales and marketing, accounting, Information Technology and Human
Resources to licensing, contracting and underwriting, all industry-related positions are available.

“This company continues to expand its service and offerings from coast-to-coast,” North said.
“Our goal is to hire exceptional men and women who will be mentored and groomed in functions throughout the organization. They will become AmeriLife’s leaders of the future.”

AmeriLife is the nation’s premier insurance marketing group, representing more than 30 national insurance carriers. The national organization has 15 individual marketing organizations, 35 career agency branch locations and works with thousands of independent insurance agents across the country.

For those who were campus leaders and who are now prepared to accept the challenges of a profitable occupation in the insurance marketing profession, AmeriLife has a unique opportunity to begin your career near the top. We hire character. We train skill.

For information and details on qualifying for this opportunity, please contact Human Resources Director Mike Massrock at 727.726.0726 or at MMassrock@AmeriLife.com.

Group of graduate students throwing graduation hats to the sky.Immediate Positions Available For The Best and The Brightest

Ahead. Above. An untraditional way for a recent college graduate to begin a career.

AmeriLife is offering standout college students a fast-track to responsibility and leadership by integrating them immediately into the management and administrative functions of the nation’s largest insurance marketing group.

“I’m looking for graduates who were a head above their peers scholastically, and who want the opportunity to be trained as leaders,” said AmeriLife’s CEO Timothy North. “Beyond their schooling, the only requisites are attitude, ambition and motivation.”

North’s management-development initiative provides qualified new associates immediate and first-hand exposure to a broad range of industry career options, predicated, in part, on their college major. From sales and marketing, accounting, Information Technology and Human
Resources to licensing, contracting and underwriting, all industry-related positions are available.

“This company continues to expand its service and offerings from coast-to-coast,” North said.
“Our goal is to hire exceptional men and women who will be mentored and groomed in functions throughout the organization. They will become AmeriLife’s leaders of the future.”

AmeriLife is the nation’s premier insurance marketing group, representing more than 30 national insurance carriers. The national organization has 15 individual marketing organizations, 35 career agency branch locations and works with thousands of independent insurance agents across the country.

For those who were campus leaders and who are now prepared to accept the challenges of a profitable occupation in the insurance marketing profession, AmeriLife has a unique opportunity to begin your career near the top. We hire character. We train skill.

For information and details on qualifying for this opportunity, please contact Human Resources Director Mike Massrock at 727.726.0726 or at MMassrock@AmeriLife.com.

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