Liberty Mutual Internship

 
Liberty Mutual Internships
4.17 out of 5

6 review(s)
Headquarters:
Boston, MA
Employees:
45,000
Annual Interns:
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Liberty Mutual

Internship Overview
Internship Rating (Avg): 4.17 out of 5
6 Intern Reviews
Avg Liberty Mutual Intern Salary: $17.42 per hour
6 Intern Salaries
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Liberty Mutual Internship Program Information

Liberty Mutual recruits from over 100 college campuses and offers paid internships within all their business units.

Internship Perks

Liberty Mutual's goal is to convert their interns to full-time college hires after graduation. Meeting and/or exceeding performance objectives during the internship assignment will help determine if a job offer will be made.*

About Liberty Mutual

Liberty Mutual has committed themselves to providing broad, useful and competitively-priced insurance products and services to meet their customers ever-changing needs. Liberty Mutual's internship programs give you the chance to work on a variety of critical business assignments, test your skills, use your academic knowledge and match your interests to a real job. Most internships occur during the summer months but appear on our web site throughout the year.Liberty Mutual will be visiting campus career fairs in the fall and spring to talk about our opportunities. Liberty Mutual hires Undergraduate and MBA Interns and has a strong partnership with INROADS.*

Internship Resources & Links

Liberty Mutual Student Opportunities: here
Liberty Mutual Internships: here
Liberty Mutual Campus Visits: here
Liberty Mutual Student FAQs: here

6 Liberty Mutual Intern Salaries
Summer Financial Analyst Intern: $19/hour
Claims Intern: $17/hour
Sales Intern: $16.50/hour
Sales Intern: $17/hour
Personal Markets Sales Intern: $18/hour
Claims Intern: $17/hour
6 Liberty Mutual reviews posted anonymously by former interns:
"Accounting Group at Liberty Mutual"
Position: Summer Financial Analyst Intern
Location: Boston, MA
Pay: $19/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 10/25/2011
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Pros:

- Able to take things from the classroom to the internship. Performed ledger entries, worked on financial reporting, compiled gain/loss information for internal audit group, and helped to test out a new expense tracking software. The pay was also good and the Liberty Mutual team was very nice. I had a good boss.
- Handling invoices from specific clients gave me real experience.

Cons:

Some work was boring.

Advice for other students:

Get hands on accounting work as quickly as you can. And, if you can pass the CPA early, do it.
 
"Insurance is a big business and everybody knows Liberty Mutual"
Position: Claims Intern
Location: Boston, MA
Pay: $17/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 7/31/2011
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Pros:

- The claims internship at Liberty Mutual allowed me to learn the insurance industry from the non-sexy side. It's pretty straightforward work, but it's vital to insurance company profitability and operations.
- Good people at Liberty.
- Paid decently well.
- Liberty Mutual has good commercials :)
- Opportunities to get into other non-claims internships/jobs.
- Pitch/presentation at the end of internship to senior mgmt.

Cons:

- Easy work.
- Mostly customer service related stuff and making sure you adhere to the system.

Advice for other students:

People have heard of Libtery Mutual, which is good for when you go to apply for entry level positions. Also, if you want to get into claims this is clearly a great internship (although I don't know who is dying to get into claims).
 
"Sales internship at Liberty Mutual"
Position: Sales Intern
Location: Miami, FL
Pay: $16.50/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 7/14/2011
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Pros:

Selling insurance can be a very lucrative career. The first couple years while you are trying to grow out your book would kind of suck, but then once you get enough customers, the residual can be meaningful. Liberty Mutual taught me how this whole process works and sales strategy. My mentor/boss/manager took me under his wing which was nice. I was able to watch and learn from him. Also, pretty good pay and summertime in Miami is amazing.

Cons:

I'm not sure if I want to get into sales or not. Sales is tough, but you can make some serious money.

Advice for other students:

Overall, good sales experience at Liberty Mututal, I recommend it.
 
"Pretty good experience in insurance sales"
Position: Sales Intern
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Pay: $17/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 7/13/2011
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Pros:

- Paid
- Hours were pretty flexible, I just had to work it out with my manager.
- I learned that insurance sales can be very lucrative. It's really all about volume and once you get a book of clients, it's gravy.
- Liberty Mutual is a company that everybody know on the resume.

Cons:

Some work was tedious and not challenging.

Advice for other students:

I recommend Liberty Mutual. Also, the interview counts a lot, so don't go in there quiet or scared.
 
"I worked on assisting in insurance sales at a Liberty Mutual branch"
Position: Personal Markets Sales Intern
Location: Birmingham, AL
Pay: $18/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 7/12/2011
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Pros:

I basically assisted the sales representatives in drumming up insurance leads. My Liberty Mutual branch was a fun place to work and I grabbed drinks with co-workers and lunch, good atmosphere.

Cons:

If you aren't interested in sales, this isn't the right internship for you.

Advice for other students:

Insurance sales is never going away and can be quite lucrative.
 
"Learned the nuts and bolts of insurance"
Position: Claims Intern
Location: Charlotte, NC
Pay: $17/hour
Duration: 10 weeks
Review posted on 7/12/2011
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Neutral "OK"
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Overall, I was satisfied with my internship:
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Pros:

- Good Pay.
- People have heard of Liberty Mutual.
- You have access to other parts of the company, so if you don't like claims, you won't get stuck there.
- Learned the guts of the insurance industry.
- Friendly people and Charlotte is a great town even though the Bobcats stink!

Cons:

- Lots of customer service over the phone.
- Work just isn't that challenging.

Advice for other students:

Even though the actual work wasn't too exciting, I'm glad I did this because of the exposure to the industry.
 
 
 

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