What Students Can Expect at IRMA
For the duration of a student’s time in the program, staff will work toward identifying outside internship opportunities during breaks in the academic year with various partners, including carriers and agencies. The goal is to expose the students
to different areas within the insurance field so that they may develop a better understanding of what area best matches each student’s skills, goals and passions.
In addition, all professional licenses required of students will be sponsored by IRMA to ensure they have access to the resources they need to succeed. Students will spend an average of 15 hours per week working in IRMA. Tasks assigned to students will
evolve and expand over time, so that by the time students graduate from Ohio Dominican, they’ll be prepared and well qualified to pursue full-time positions in the insurance industry.