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950 Trade Centre Way, Suite 210
DescriptionAre you looking to make a DIFFERENCE? Gain REAL WORLD experience? Or maybe have a TOP TEN INTERNSHIP on your resume?
Northwestern Mutual ranks as one of America's “Top 10 Internships" (and for 16 consecutive years according to 2012 Vault Guide to Top Internships!)
What YOU gain:
- Actual business experience for your resume
- Opportunities to develop your networking and business relationship skills
- Flexible work schedule
- Opportunity for Investment Company/Variable Contracts Limited Representative Exam and Uniform Securities agent State Law Exam
- Head start program for the Northwestern Mutual Financial representative career (Almost HALF of our Field Management are former college interns!)
To learn more, check out our website at www.nminternship.com and be sure to watch "A Day in the Life: Intern" video on our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlQ4V3CV0Y
ResponsibilitiesAs a Northwestern Mutual intern, you will be part of the network office team, working side-by-side with financial representatives and professional office staff. You’ll see the independent and entrepreneurial spirit that our financial representatives share, and follow the same process they do for establishing your career.
Specifically, you’ll practice the personalized approach we use to offer financial solutions tailored to each client's individual needs. You’ll follow these key steps in our process, working independently with guidance from experienced colleagues:
Meet With Clients
You'll set up appointments to discuss your clients' current financial situation.
Analyze the Client's Situation
Through extensive fact-finding, you'll uncover long-term goals that you will use to help determine your client's needs.
After evaluating your client's current situation and goals, you'll determine what products can help fill their needs and present appropriate solutions to your client.
Provide Ongoing Service
You'll continue to work with your clients beyond the close of the sale. Most financial representatives contact their clients twice per year to determine whether their needs have changed, and keep them aware of the resources available to them.