Connecting individual students directly with experienced actuaries is one of the most significant advantages of the Center. We care about students’ development, success, and contribution to the actuarial profession. We match our students with our network professional actuaries and alumni in a one-to-one relationship based on the student’s career interest areas and personality.  The mentors enhance the training experience of the students by serving as role models, coaches and advisors in making career choices and considering how to best apply and advance their acquired skills in the pursuit of their professional and personal goals. Interactions between mentors and mentees will take various forms depending on facilities available to them and other logistical considerations: face-to-face, phone calls, emails, video conferencing, Skyping, etc.

Given the scarcity of professional actuaries in the region that we serve, our mentoring program is to give our students direct access to qualified actuaries wherever we can find ones with the subject-matter expertise.


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Qualified actuaries within TAF or its network and alumni of the Center that have subject-matter expertise will serve as career advisors, coaches, role models, supervisors or project advisors. Typically, the mentor is within the same geographic location as the trainee/student while the project advisor may be in other locations in Europe, North America, Middle East, and South Africa.

Mentors will provide

  • Advice, assistance and clarification on actuarial career choices
  • Provide networking opportunities 
  • Provide support in development of professional communication and presentation skills opportunities
  • Support in developing personal and professional goals


What to expect from mentors

  • Confidentiality 
  • Professionalism 
  • Opportunities for career growth
  • Willingness to help


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