High school students learn about STEM careers in insurance

Students work together on an interface design problem.

BLOOMINGTON, Minnesota, December 19, 2017—A group of local high school students visited SFM’s office recently to learn about the many technology, math and engineering-focused career options at SFM and throughout the insurance industry.

Students in Apple Valley High School’s E3 STEM program heard from actuaries, business intelligence analysts, software developers, operations managers and others about their work, and even had a chance to try solving some real business problems.

“Students don’t always realize there are a variety of exciting career opportunities in the insurance industry for those interested in math, technology and related disciplines,” said SFM Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Dave Kaiser. “We had fun giving students a taste of the projects we work on here, and learning more about their aspirations.”

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