CareerEdge Develops Talent Recruitment Tools for Insurance Industry

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CareerEdge Funders Collaborative, the workforce development initiative of the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, recently launched a 15 insurance video series as part of a larger insurance industry talent recruitment campaign. The videos, which feature firsthand accounts of the diverse career opportunities found in the insurance industry, were created in response to a skill gap study and subsequent employer-based branding committee organized by CareerEdge.

“These videos are very helpful when trying to educate people about the amazing career opportunities afforded by the insurance industry,” says Michael A. Moran, President of Wilde Insurance Services. CareerEdge’s overall solution plan offers resources that are accessible to the entire community, forged by community-wide collaboration. CareerEdge is working with Sarasota County Schools on an Insurance Career Awareness month in February and recently launched a 4-40 Insurance Customer Service Representative License and soft-skills Fast-Track Training for 12 participants in partnership with the Women’s Resource Center and the State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota. They also worked to have a 4-40 Insurance Customer Service training added to the curriculum at Suncoast Technical College. 

The videos are available for download here.

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