The Actuarial Foundation is now offering the Elizabeth M. Mauro Reimbursement Award. The scholarship program is open to all undergraduate students who are enrolled as a full-time student at a U.S. accredited educational institution.
The mission of the program is to enhance math education and financial literacy through the talents and resources of actuaries and get educated public in pursuit of a secure financial future.
The Actuarial Foundation is the charitable organization for the actuarial industry in the United States. It was founded in 1994. The Foundation has promoted lifelong math education and financial literacy through its learning resources and scholarships.
Who May Be Eligible?
To be eligible, all aspirants must meet all the following criteria:
- All applicants must be 25 years or older by the application deadline date.
- All participants must not have received any actuarial designation.
- All participants must be a U.S. resident or U.S. permanent resident.
- Aspirants must have passed at least one actuarial exam within the twenty-four months.
How to Apply
All the participants need to complete and submit the application through the given link to apply for Elizabeth M. Mauro Reimbursement Award.
- A resume
- Documentation of actuarial exams passed
- The one-page statement should detail why you wish to enter the actuarial profession, what led you to a decision to change careers, and what steps you have/are taking to enter the business.
The scholarship includes the following perks:
- Award of up to $1,000 per recipient
- The award will be provided for the exam registration fees for Casualty Actuarial
- An actuarial mentor will be given to guide the recipients towards completing additional exams.
Applications will be received until August 14, 2020.