OLA’s Virtual Career Fair was a great success! 100 actuarial candidates from 25 different states and over 200 company representatives across 31 companies took part in the event! Our candidates made a lot of valuable connections and we were pleased to hear from the company representatives that they were impressed by our candidates. We…
Over 50 actuaries, students, recruiters and friends joined the 2020 “Meet the Board” mixer at the Tower House in Chicago on January 23, 2020. The Board met during two days to plan the activities for 2020. A lot in store for our Latino actuarial candidates! Thanks to Willis Towers Watson for their hospitality and to…
A great time was had by all at the Diversity Reception held by the Casualty Actuarial Society at their 2019 Annual Meeting in Hawaii.
The CCA invited OLA and three Latino actuarial students to attend their 2019 annual meeting. Great opportunity to meet and connect with Consulting Actuaries in all fields. We thank the CCA for the invitation!
Enrique Schulz volunteered at the SOA Candidate connect event held in Chicago. We were able to connect with two Latino actuarial candidates at this event!
OLA sponsored 10 students to attend. Our networking event connected Latino students, actuaries and recruiters which was the largest so far.
OLA sponsored two students to attend the Student Day in Austin at the CLRS conference organized by the Casualty Actuarial Society. Alejandro Ortega mentored the students and was also speaker at the conference.
OLA sponsored 20 students to attend the convention this year. OLA’s chair of mentorship Regina Kintana, Alejandro Ortega and Normando González mentored the students who had a great time connecting with each other, learning and attending the Career Fair.
Our president Carlos Orozco attended the 2019 conference of the International Association of Black Actuaries (IABA) representing OLA. We appreciate our partnership with the IABA!
Our president Carlos Orozco and president-elect Adelaida Campos participated in the four day boot camp organized by the International Association of Black Actuaries helping 40 actuarial students improve on their soft skills. One OLA student was able to participate.