Supervisor, Commercial Insurance at Liberty Mutual
almost 2 years ago
Yes, they do have a mentorship program for college graduates. It will look different depending on your area of interest. When I was with the company som areas of interest lead to a full time job where others it was more like just a paid internship or coop. From my understanding though if you performed well it was an easier foot in the door. It helped me be successful in the company by giving me an opportunity to network with employees, learn about the business, and offer me valuable resume building experiences as well.
Former Strategic Partnerships Analytics Intern at Liberty Mutual
almost 2 years ago
There was no formal mentorship program that I was aware of, but Liberty Mutual had a strong culture of mentorship as a firm. I was able to speak with senior people across divisions all the time, and younger folks were always willing to share advice. This was one of my favorite parts of the internship
Yes, Liberty will pair you with an employee who is typically young and has been with the company for a year or two; this person will serve as your mentor. Each mentor/mentee relationship is different, but in my case, I shadowed my mentor almost every day for an hour or so to learn and observe the job. My mentor and I also had lunch together every few weeks and was a great resource to ask any questions I had about the job or company.
Liberty Mutual does offer a mentorship program as a part of the Bodily Injury role. They offer one specifically for the role to help with the day to day operations and questions you may have. With their college program, they also offer a former college hire as a mentor, who will provide you with career focused advice and feedback. It helped me to get exposed to certain projects and meet people who have served as references and contacts that have helped in my career.