The CPCU Society is committed to preserving the legacy of the CPCU-Loman Education Foundation while expanding its impact on the industry through the CPCU-Loman Education Foundation Internship Financial Aid Program.
The goal of the program is to encourage students to ultimately pursue a career in the insurance industry by reducing financial barriers that prevent students from pursuing insurance industry internships.
No, the Loman Foundation matching scholarship program ended in 2013 because of the shift in emphasis on funding internships.
We have altered our emphasis based on feedback from academics, students and the industry. Internships are a proven tool for employers to attract, develop and retain potential new employees, but sometimes finances prevent students from pursuing internships.
Yes, general contributions are accepted in support of the program. Learn more about chapter donation guidelines
In addition to contributing financially, chapters can help support the program by raising awareness throughout local universities and colleges, informing other industry professionals, and encouraging and advising talented students to apply.
Although chapters may make donations to 501(c)(3) charities, such gifts are not deductible as charitable donations by the chapter, by contributors to the chapter or by members of the chapter.
No, the Loman club levels are no longer applicable.
Contribution checks can be mailed to the attention of Kristin Lyons, executive assistant, at: The CPCU Society 720 Providence Road, Suite 100 Malvern, PA 19355
Contribution checks can be made payable to Loman Foundation, Harry J. Loman Education Foundation, or CPCU-Loman Education Foundation.
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Please visit www.cpcusociety.org/loman to learn more about the program, eligibility requirements, and how to apply.