Looking for an internship program where you’ll make a real difference – rather than just completing busy work? Then you’ve come to the right place. Cigna’s Summer Internship Program is designed to assign you projects that have a lasting impact on our business – which touches millions of people across the globe.
As an intern, you’ll get an inside look at your desired field, while working next to some of the best in the industry. Program activities, including an executive speaker series, volunteer events, and career development workshops, give you the opportunity to network with employees across the organization and prepare you for a full-time career.
Where You’ll Work
As a Business Project Intern within our Underwriting and Analytics team, you’ll be responsible for owning one or more projects assigned to you at the beginning of the program. As an intern, you will collaborate with other departments such as Human Resources, Learning and Development, Risk Management and others to fulfill the overall goal of helping our workforce.
During the 12-week summer internship, you will have the opportunity to collaborate within your department and across the business while learning from some of our brightest and most innovative employees in your area of focus.
Schedule: You must be available to work a 40-hour work week for 10-12 weeks summer 2021.
What You’ll Do
- You will design, develop, and support the implementation of an employee orientation and continuous learning programs for our Underwriting and Analytics team
- Partner with key stakeholders within the team and with others across the Finance organization to gather feedback, garner hands on content development support, and ensure alignment.
- Other project work may come up depending on capacity and business needs
- Must be currently enrolled in a Bachelors or Advanced degree program; preferred majors include Human Resources, Finance, Project Management, Change Management, or related fields
- Junior or senior level college student with a minimum 3.0 GPA
- Previous experience with Human Resources, Talent Management, Change Management, or Learning Development is a plus
- Previous experience owning or managing projects is required. This may either be through previous job or intern experience. If experience is through coursework, must be able to articulate how that classroom experience will translate into the workplace
- Strong attention to detail and ability to think analytically
- Excellent verbal, presentation, and written communication skills
- Strong ability to work with stakeholders of varying experience and levels
- Ability to listen, track, and incorporate feedback
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word)
US Candidates Only: This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship by the company, and therefore is open only to individuals who are eligible for employment in the United States and who would not require visa sponsorship now or in the future.