Career management resources now available

The Institute’s new career management resources -- mycareer -- are now available!
Thanks to the CIP Society for undertaking this new career mapping and education pathways initiative!

The CIP Society developed these new career resources to help people in the industry explore the lateral and vertical opportunities for a career in insurance. The information and resources, tips and tools provided can help to guide you as you map your career and explore education pathways to realize your full professional potential. The resources will also be helpful to managers and mentors to help guide new comers and recent hires to careers in the industry.

For those looking for what's next . . .
mycareer can help you understand where you are, what you want and where you want to go, as you map your career path. The resources help you map your unique skills, your interests, your strengths and work experience along 12 career paths in the industry – including underwriting, claims, broker/agent, risk manager, people and technical management, and more.

As you progress in your career, you are expanding your skills and building valuable work experience. Have you thought about where these skills and experience are leading you? Do you know what your options are for what's next in your career? Do you know what it'll take to get where you want to go?

  • If you know where you want to take your career, the mycareer career maps can guide you there. 
  • If you aren't sure where your career in insurance can lead you, the resources, assessment tools and tip sheets on the mycareer website can help you consider your options and explore opportunities.
  • If you aren’t sure what education will get you where you want to go, the mycareer education pathways section demonstrates how the Institute supports your career with various education programs including professional designations, certificates, continuing education and mentoring.
  • If you’re curious about the career paths of other industry professionals, the many videos on the mycareer website offer stories about career milestones, mentorship and some great advice. 

For those looking for tools to facilitate the career conversation:

mycareer provides tip sheets and resources to enhance the career conversation, provide answers to questions about education pathways, identify goals for the coaching or mentoring relationship, and offer advice.



Like Career Connections, which promotes careers to those not yet in the industry, mycareer continues our career continuum to those in the industry, and is available at no cost to members and the industry.


As members of the CIP Society, we hope you're proud that your membership dues have contributed to the development of these great resources. Get connected to great career management resources here: mycareer.