Undergraduate Profiles & Stories

Learn about Liberty Mutual's undergraduate internship and development programs from the employees who experienced them. With the help of dedicated mentors, managers, and colleagues, they learned about the diverse aspects of our business and how they can set their potential free with a career at Liberty Mutual.

Meet Andrew

Senior Sales Representative
I started my career at Liberty Mutual Insurance as an intern, and was offered a full-time position as a sales representative after graduating from Bryant University. In my first year, I was awarded the Countrywide Rookie of the Year Award, and since then have been fortunate enough to obtain membership into the prestigious Liberty Elite — which recognizes the top 1 percent of sales representatives — twice in my career.
My primary responsibility is finding new prospects to sell auto, home and life insurance, which takes years of building trust, rapport and a strong network of referral sources. I am the face and voice of the company that delivers the promise to take care of our customers’ most valuable assets. Liberty offers terrific products and has best-in-class customer service and claims teams, all of which help us deliver an exceptional experience every day.
Although there’s no typical day in sales, I spend my time prospecting for new customers, meeting with my business networking groups to maintain current relationships and develop new contacts, and meeting with local businesses to build new referral sources. When I’m not in the office or calling on new customers, I spend my evenings meeting life insurance customers in the privacy of their homes. This is one of the most rewarding parts of my job, and I take a lot of pride in knowing the family is protected in the event of tragedy.
The most important part of my job is listening closely to customers. Empathy, care and compassion are crucial to the customer experience. Although the most challenging part of the job is that you face a lot of rejection, it is definitely outweighed by the positives. Liberty has one of the best sales compensation and reward programs in the insurance industry — when we exceed sales goals, the company rewards us for our work.

Meet Anita

Senior Branch Manager
I was introduced to Liberty Mutual through their on-campus partnership with the University of Connecticut and accepted an internship in Personal Insurance Sales. I applied for a position in the same office because I liked the culture and appreciated how much management invests in their employees. I knew I would have the support to learn and grow.
From the start, my goal was to become part of the leadership team, so I enrolled in Pathways to Management. This supportive program helps employees that are interested in becoming managers, work on problem-solving skills and leadership qualities. Now, I'm on my way to achieve my goals.
If you're looking for a company that will invest in you and your career, Liberty Mutual is the one. They recruit and promote employees based on talent and potential. By joining Liberty Mutual, you are setting yourself up for long-term success.

Meet Christopher

Senior Manager
The culture here is very supportive. The managers at Liberty Mutual really work to develop and coach every employee. It's not uncommon to see someone who's moved into three different roles, in the five years.
I started as an intern in the Corporate Finance department, and later, I accepted a Strategy & Analytics opportunity in Personal Insurance. Liberty Mutual recognizes the talents and capabilities of the individual and that means you may not have a traditional career path. Your career path is in your hands, and your managers guide you through the process. Once you get a holistic view of the company, you can hone your abilities and navigate to where you want to be.

Meet Miranda

Senior Software Developer
The project I'm most proud of was my work on the Automated Life Pension System. From business analysis and general management, to product development and technology, I had to learn about working with cross-functional teams in order to meet multiple objectives - a new experience for me. I learned how to be an effective technical project leader, how to set clearly defined direction, and how to effectively communicate to the team. The application and other solutions that we developed in that project continue to drive business growth.
I don't think I could have helped create that kind of impact without the networking and communication skills I learned early on in my internship. My internship gave me the chance to work closely with actuaries and life pension reserve analysts, which led me to the department that was right for me.
If you're inspired to be in an environment that emphasizes collaboration and constant learning, this is the place for you.

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