The Center for Insurance and Financial Services at Illinois State University (also known as The Katie School of Insurance and Financial Services) was established in 1991. The Katie School helps develop students and prepare them for careers in the risk management and insurance professions. The school is guided by an Advisory Board of Insurance Executives, and provides annual scholarships and grants totaling over $100,000 to attract future industry leaders.
The Katie School offers internships and a mentorship program to prepare students for careers in the industry. The Katie School also provides educational outreach to the local community and to the insurance industry.
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The Katie School of Insurance and Financial Services has the competitive edge because of its innovative programming, industry connections, and commitment to excellence. These programs support business students in the AACSB accredited college especially students with majors and minors in risk management and insurance, financial planning, and students in the SOA accredited actuarial science program.
Some of the unique and innovative features include:
The Katie School has a unique relationship with the insurance industry, non-profit organizations, the College of Business, Illinois State University, and everyone involved with each of these groups. The Katie School supports and is supported by everyone that falls into these categories.
Through the cooperation and collaboration of all of these people, the Katie School provides the opportunity for success. See the difference!