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WellPoint is the largest publicly traded commercial health benefits company in the United States and an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. WellPoint is the nation's leading health benefits company serving the needs of more than 33 million medical members nationwide. WellPoint is included in the S&P 500 index.

The company employs nearly 42,000 employees. Revenue 2009 - $61,251 millions.


The WellPoint Actuarial Student Program supports associates in the attainment of Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (SOA). Participants will gain valuable exposure and experience as they progress through the SOA syllabus. The Actuarial Student Program is designed to enhance students' ability to successfully complete the actuarial examinations by offering study time allowances and financial rewards for performance. Program offers opportunities for career advancement (both within Actuarial and other areas enterprise-wide); seasoned, successful instructors/mentors with 30-40 years of relevant experience and knowledge in the actuarial field; gym reimbursement or free gym on-site; benefits are provided to students with Active Student Status only; for part-time associates, study time and compensation will be pro-rated. The schedule of hours is graded based on number of attempts at the same exam and the score on the previous attempt. The Company pays for all exam fees for one exam per 6-month period.
Candidates must be: a full-time or part-time associate in an Actuarial Staff position, and accepted by the candidate's supervisor and SBU/CEE Senior Actuary. 

Successful candidates typically possess: high GPA (or a combination of experience and GPA); internship experience or evidence of commitment to the actuarial career path (leadership in actuarial club, math associations, attendance at actuarial conferences, etc.); adaptability - heath insurance is not a static industry, with many government regulations and ever-evolving factors; rapid learning ability - health insurance is complex, and demands the ability to ask the right questions; the ability to explain why you want to be an actuary within the healthcare industry; effective teamwork and written/verbal communication skills.

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