Thinking About the Future?
Westfield Insurance is proud to support the following organizations that strive to educate high school and college students on the opportunities that exist within insurance industry, and that provide resources for students of all ages to gain the skills and tools needed to be successful.
InVEST is a free program dedicated to improving insurance literary and attracting new talent to the industry. InVEST partners with high school and community colleges, and connects teachers and insurance professionals, to provide a useful insurance curriculum to students like you.
InVEST is a school-to-work program that educates you about the insurance industry, and introduces them to the mass scale of jobs available for their generation. With the help of InVEST teachers, volunteers and partners, students can have the opportunity for job shadow days, internships or even careers after graduating from InVEST. InVEST also offers scholarships to program graduates.
For more information on InVEST, and how you can get involved or support the organization, visit the InVEST website.
The Griffith Insurance Education Foundation
The Griffith Insurance Education Foundation is a non-profit organization that educates K-12 students on basic principles of risk management and insurance, and makes them aware of the career opportunities in these disciplines. Griffith provides K-12 teachers and guidance counselors with information and tools to teach insurance concepts to their students.
The Foundation also provides funds and support for higher-ed programs across the country dedicated to risk management and insurance. Scholarships are available for college students studying risk management and insurance, or similar disciplines.
Additionally, Griffith provides education programs and resources to help public policymakers make more informed decisions on insurance related issues by providing educational opportunities for public policymakers, both state and federal, through workshops, seminars and resources.
To learn more about the organization's mission, or to get involved or provide support, visit the Griffith Insurance Education Foundation website.
Young Entrepreneurs Academy
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, or YEA!, was launched in 2004 with support from the Kauffman Foundation. YEA! is a educational program that takes students in grades six through twelve through the process of starting and running a real business or social movement over the course of a full academic year. For more information about how your school district could get involved, visit yeausa.org.