InVEST, creator of a career education program for the insurance industry, has awarded $47,000 in scholarships to 54 students pursuing insurance-related degrees. InVEST says the program is a key incentive in attracting new talent to the insurance industry.

InVEST says it contributes to the education and development of future insurance professionals through academic programs and scholarships. In high schools, the program offers students a business curriculum that teaches them about the dynamics of insurance agencies and companies. At the college level, the program develops students’ risk-management and financial-analysis skills. Along with direct contributions, scholarships are funded through proceeds generated by the InVEST Silent and Live auctions, held in conjunction with the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America’s (IIABA or the Big “I”) Legislative Conference and Convention.

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