One of the significant features of the RMI Program is an
- Undergraduate RMI students are required to complete an RMI internship to graduate.
- Internships are optional for graduate students but can present great opportunities and even lead to career changes.
By working directly with the RMI Program
Facilitator, you are paired with an employer that best meets your interest and the employer's needs. Most of the provided internships
are paid positions with wages averaging $14/hour.
You could work for an insurance carrier as a loss adjurster, in a risk management department for a governmental entity, or
work at an independent agency. The opportunities are varied and may be
local or national.
Several of our former students have completed two or more
internships. Usually the internship taken for credit is a paid internship. The student may complete an unpaid internship for the experience. Some
internships have resulted in part-time or full-time jobs for students.
What our graduates say
The hands on experience taught me a
multitude of skills and also gave me a view of an insurance company from the
inside out. Seeing how an insurance company works is different than just
reading about it. I think there is a part of every student that wonders how
much our classroom experiences will help us when it comes to the real world
application. I thoroughly enjoyed being able to apply what I had learned in
school to a real life job, and it made me value my education all the more."
- Allison Crosby, RMI
Graduate December 2012, Alexander, Morford and Woo
If you are an RMI employer who is considering a CU Denver
student for an internship, please contact Lori Genuchi directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or
303-315-8154. Please refer to our Employer Guide to Internships for more details. Please know that we do our best to ensure that
we match you with the right student.
We were very impressed with the depth of
knowledge that our intern had from day one on the job. She asked intelligent questions, saw the big
picture in regard to insurance coverage and risk management, and is excited and
ready for a career in this great industry!
Adams, CEO, ISU Insurance
You should contact J. D Hatter, or
303-315-8154, about three months prior to the start of the semester in which
you expect to complete your internship.
Please make an appointment to discuss your interests and the available opportunities.
Once a position has
been granted, you will then complete paperwork directly with John Daley, Ph.D. and with Paul Worthman
in the Office of Experiential Learning. You will also then register for FNCE
3949. Professor Daley will be your faculty advisor during your internship.
You must be accepted into the Business School and be at
least a first semester junior before you can register for an internship for
credit. Please note that some of the more competitive internships will require
between a 3.0 GPA and a 3.5 GPA. Most graduate students are not eligible for
competitive internships. This is something that can be discussed with Ms.