There are many ways to volunteer with the Insurance Institute and all its local institutes and chapters. No matter which option you choose, you can be certain that you’ll play a vital role in our success, and in the future of the p&c industry. Our more than 1,500 volunteers are the people who make it possible to carry out the Institute’s mission and vision. For that, we are extremely grateful.
Become a Volunteer
On this page, you will find information on the following volunteer roles at the Institute:
Career Connections Ambassador
Subject Matter-Expert (SME)
Council or Committee Member
Please contact your local institute or chapter to express your interest, and to find out more how your skills and experience match one of our volunteer opportunities.
Communication and presentation skills, passion for helping others succeed
Instructors are critical to the CIP program, the Institute, and the industry. They support insurance professionals in the process of acquiring the essential, practical, and theoretical knowledge needed to succeed in their insurance careers.
Industry experience, public speaking and communication skills, confidence and integrity
CAREER CONNECTIONS AMBASSADORS
Career Connections Ambassadors are industry professionals who volunteer their time to represent the p&c insurance industry in various educational and professional settings.
industry experience and expertise, writing and organizational skills
Subject-matter experts (SMEs) are p&c professionals who volunteer their time to update the Insurance Institute’s program materials (textbooks, online content, and continuing education modules).
communication and presentation skills, interest in adult learning, facilitation and instructional design
Seminar presenters are industry professionals who volunteer their time to present (and in some cases develop) seminars to our members at local institutes and chapters.
industry experience and expertise, ability to work well with others
COUNCIL OR COMMITEE MEMBERS
Council and committee members are Institute members who play an advisory and/or governance role on the various councils and committees they sit on.
reliable and dependable, calm composure, strong computer skills
Exam proctors oversee the administration of CIP, GIE and/or Risk Management exams for the examinations department.