Internships

"From a successful internship to full-time employment, Pekin Insurance provided me with an excellent opportunity to start my career with a respected company right out of college."

Aaron Catterall, Specialty Claim Analyst
Claim

Internship opportunities at Pekin Insurance

Our internships help students launch their careers with real-world work experience in a variety of areas. You’ll take on challenging projects, develop yourself both personally and professionally, and have the opportunity to make an immediate and lasting contribution to our company’s success.

 

Pekin Insurance’s summer internship program gives you the opportunity to do real work that makes an impact! Our competitively paid program begins in late May and concludes in mid-August. Some interns may even have the opportunity to extend their internship beyond the program end date! An internship with Pekin Insurance allows you to engage in activities such as the following:

  • Professional development gained through real-world job experiences
  • Volunteering within the Pekin community
  • Networking with Senior Leaders
  • Social events and team building exercises
  • Mentorship and job shadowing opportunities

How does the internship program work?

The Pekin Insurance internship program includes an 11-week program during which interns work a 40-hour work week from May to August. Intern candidates are generally recruited during September through December. Some of the benefits of a Pekin Insurance internship include customized intern orientation, corporate work experience, networking opportunities, and one paid holiday.

What internship opportunities are available at Pekin Insurance?

Pekin Insurance offers a variety of internship opportunities. Take a look at our current job openings page for a list of the internships that are available:

  • Accounting
  • Administrative Services
  • Commercial Lines Underwriting
  • Financial Products
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Life Actuarial
  • Life Claims
  • Life Underwriting
  • Marketing
  • Personal Lines Underwriting
  • Pre-Need
  • Property/Casualty Actuarial
  • Property/Casualty Claims
  • Sales

Error: Access Token is not valid or has expired. Feed will not update.
This error message is only visible to WordPress admins

There's an issue with the Instagram Access Token that you are using. Please obtain a new Access Token on the plugin's Settings page.
If you continue to have an issue with your Access Token then please see this FAQ for more information.

Facebook

It's back to school for a lot of local kiddos this week! 📚 There often seems to be confusion among drivers as to what that big, red, octagonal sign with flashing red lights and the letters s, t, o & p really means on those big yellow school buses. 🛑 We thought we'd explain:

✔️ It means STOP! ✋ As in, hit the brakes until you come to a complete stop at least 20 feet away from the bus.

✔️ Don't accelerate to try to get past the bus before the stop arm is fully extended.

✔️ Don't slow down and think it's okay to slowly drive by a bus full of precious cargo. You'll be able to stop quickly enough if one of those little cargo runs out in front of you ... wrong!

✔️ Don't act like you didn't see the stopped bright yellow bus and flashing lights either, because that means you were distracted and that's just not cool (and it's illegal).

Then comes the real test of patience. You must remain stopped until the stop arm is fully in and the lights stop flashing. This time of waiting for little kiddos to load on/off the bus is not a time to get your phone out to check your latest notifications or apply makeup or read a book ... that's distracted driving (still not cool). 👍 If it calms your leadfoot, just remember an average school bus stop is shorter than a traffic stop! 🚦

Lastly, kids learn in school that "sharing is caring," so go ahead and share the information about cars who don't stop with your local police department.🚨They'd really appreciate that and give you an A+! 💯

*Just to cover ourselves: sometimes there are exceptions or different state laws, so research your area. Overall, be patient and when in doubt, STOP.
... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago  ·  

View on Facebook

Twitter

Referral #marketing is one of the best ways to gain new #clients. And it's easier than you think.… https://t.co/7YRGWLMSNk
h J R
@pekininsurance
Need some help with your #HomeInventory list? @sortlyapp and @Encircleinc look like good solutions.… https://t.co/PzNhg5IiYm
h J R
@pekininsurance

Follow Us