NAMIC Addresses Insurance Talent Gap Crisis by Inviting St. Mary’s University Students to Annual Convention


The National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies will welcome eight students and two of their faculty advisors from St. Mary’s University, Texas, Finance and Risk Management Program to attend its Annual Convention in San Antonio on Monday, Sept. 24.

During the convention, the students will have an opportunity to learn from and engage with industry executives and thought leaders, potentially making connections that could land them future careers. They are invited to attend the opening session of the event, three educational sessions, as well as NAMIC’s Merit Society Luncheon.


It’s no secret that the insurance industry is facing a looming talent crisis. The combination of a rapidly aging workforce and the need to fill hundreds of thousands of positions in the next five to 10 years means that insurers need to take action now. NAMIC’s invitation to St. Mary’s students is a proactive move intended to address the impending insurance talent gap and show these students what the property/casualty insurance industry can offer.


Monday, Sept. 24
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.


Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
900 E. Market Street
San Antonio, TX


Students and professors from St. Mary’s University, Greehey School of Business, Finance and Risk Management Program


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Lauren Anderson
Manager, Media Relations