Jack Lockton Certificate has seen increasing support since its announcement. With the new developments in the scene, The University of Kansas School of Business has secured a total of 15 industry partnerships for its upcoming Jack Lockton Certificate program.
The list of new partnerships includes renowned industry names like Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co., American International Group (AIG), and The Hartford. The 15 industries have pooled together over $660,000 in total as a support contribution for the new Certificate system of the University of Kansas.
The partnership will benefit students and industries equally. Students pursuing the certificate are required to work at one of the partner industries for a defined period. These industries will give a practical learning platform for the students.
Students are going to participate in different career focused tasks, communication event, and hone their corporate skills for the certificate. The on-the-job training experience is an excellent opportunity for students looking for jobs in the Insurance field. The partner industries benefit from this program as they are getting potential future employees in the form of skilled graduates.
Jack Lockton Certificate will be provided in Insurance and Risk Management programs. The certificate program of Kansas University is started by the contribution of Cheryl Lockton Williams of Mission Hills. The gift of $1 million given by Cheryl in memory of her late husband Jack Lockton will launch the certificate in fall this year.
President and CEO of Lockton Inc, Ron Lockton, is delighted with the response this program is receiving from insurance industries. He is thankful to all the partners of the application for generously supporting the future of insurance students.
Ron Lockton added that they are fortunate to have such great names attached to the Certificate program honoring his father’s memory. He said that the Certificate program is a terrific way of honoring his father and mother’s essential and significant contributions to the industry and the whole community of the city.
The industry chiefs are also excited to be a part of the on-the-job training programs of Jack Lockton Certificate. Paul Quaranto Jr., the chairman, CEO, and president at Boston Mutual Life Insurance said that they are honored and happy to participate in the new Jack Lockton Certificate Program.
He told that the program would give bright and beautiful opportunities to students for getting the first-hand experience of real world insurance industries. The program will provide similar benefits to the companies like theirs who are supporting this certificate program with a great future ahead.
Paul added that by helping a new educational program, they aim to fulfill their social responsibility towards the community. Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co. wants to benefit the community that they serve and gain profits from by investing and contributing funds to Jack Lockton Certificate program.
The 15 industry partnerships lined up by University of Kansas are namely Aetna, Aflac, American International Group (AIG), Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co., Chubb, Cigna, Everest Insurance, The Hartford, Kansas Insurance Education Foundation, RT Specialty, Security Benefit, Travelers, Unum Group and Voya Financial.