AIG is an insurance company that provides a wide-range of products including general property/casualty, life insurance, and retirement and financial services.
At AIG, they value diversity in all its forms, from backgrounds and skills to new ideas and thinking styles. Their commitment to diversity and inclusion is visible in all aspects of our organization, including hiring, career development, employee resource groups, the Global Executive Diversity Council, and beyond.
American International Group’s internship program is a 10 week program, with 3 days dedicated to orientation and training. After 3 days of orientation and training, interns join one of their lines of business where they will be given real projects, with equal opportunity for challenges and achievement. High performing interns may be considered for a full-time job after graduation.High performing interns will be extended a full-time offer at the end of the program.
Accelerate your career during your final year of undergraduate study by seeking a Full-Time Analyst position. If selected, you’ll gain on-the-job experience and have access to worldwide training, leadership opportunities, and a diverse, global, and collegial work environment.
Developing Junior Talent begins with the Initial Training Program at our corporate headquarters in New York. The program provides a structure for you to discover more about AIG, your role, your colleagues and yourself as a young professional. The First Year Learning Experience culminates with the Spring Development Session, which is an opportunity to showcase key learnings from the Horizon Challenge and reinforce takeaways from your first year.
Virtual or In-person Interview
This initial 30 minute interview will be in-person or virtual. This interview will go over competency-based reviews assessing interpersonal skills, long-term potential, and leadership abilities.
Final Round of Interviews
In the final round, you will have 2-3 interviews where you will go through assessment exercises that will focus on industry and technical knowledge. The interviewer will also discuss more about American International Group to see if they are the right fit for you.
Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into American International Group and the interview process
Do research on, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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