Summer Internship Programme

The CG Summer Internship Programme stands as one of the most coveted opportunities in the region, open to college students and recent graduates alike.

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The CG Internship Programme

The CG summer internship programme, which is designed for university students and recent graduates aspiring to enter the insurance industry. This in-person programme offers a valuable opportunity to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of insurance. Running from June to August, it includes a comprehensive curriculum with a group-wide project, localised projects, and activities tailored to specific focus areas. Selected interns can participate in career and networking activities, including team building, community service, mentorship assignments, professional skills training, and on-the-job coaching.

Who can apply

To qualify, applicants must be citizens of the country they are applying to, currently enrolled in a fully accredited degree program, or have graduated no earlier than October of the year prior to the programme. Required documents include an academic transcript, resume, professional reference, and proof of citizenship. Countries in which the internship programme is available are: The Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman, Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago.


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“CG Atlantic’s Summer Internship allowed me to gain personal and professional development by changing my perspective on the insurance industry, allowing my autonomy, and teaching me how to work through professional difficulties. Learning about the insurance industry and how essential coverage of all kinds is to the ordinary person made me want to advocate more for the protection of lives in The Bahamas. The company's culture is dedicated to work-life balance, friendliness, and commitment to people inside and outside of Atlantic House walls.

Working towards becoming a CG Atlantic Scholar was not easy. It required consistency in my studies, support from my community, and commitment to being my true self. The work was worth it to become an ambassador for CG and gain financial aid in pursuit of my graduate degree.”

                                - Ee'den Ellis (Bahamas Intern, 2023)

2023

  • Bermuda: Chiara Pesci, Sam Morris, Jya Ratteray-Smith and Casey Morris
  • Cayman: Chancey Gordon, Kaylee Challenger, Shante Reid, and Taija McRae
  • The Bahamas: Ee’den Ellis, John-Thomas Laramore, Crystal Smith, Ladanian Donald, Morghan Knowles, & Tyrin Adderley
  • Barbados: Gaziyah Bentham, Nekoda Carrington, Jazz Corbin, N’veya King, O’haji Taylor and Azania White.

2022

  • Bermuda: Vanessa Varao, Kelly Trott, Brian Desmond and Amber Simons
  • Cayman: Jacey Dyer, Genelle General, Emily Bodden, and Janani Kumar
  • The Bahamas: Tyrin Adderley, Ee’den Ellis, Shanae Smith, Cai Marie Strachan, Natori McQueen and Carltoni Forbes
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2023

  • Bermuda: Chiara Pesci, Sam Morris, Jya Ratteray-Smith and Casey Morris
  • Cayman: Chancey Gordon, Kaylee Challenger, Shante Reid, and Taija McRae
  • The Bahamas: Ee’den Ellis, John-Thomas Laramore, Crystal Smith, Ladanian Donald, Morghan Knowles, & Tyrin Adderley
  • Barbados: Gaziyah Bentham, Nekoda Carrington, Jazz Corbin, N’veya King, O’haji Taylor and Azania White.
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2022

  • Bermuda: Vanessa Varao, Kelly Trott, Brian Desmond and Amber Simons
  • Cayman: Jacey Dyer, Genelle General, Emily Bodden, and Janani Kumar
  • The Bahamas: Tyrin Adderley, Ee’den Ellis, Shanae Smith, Cai Marie Strachan, Natori McQueen and Carltoni Forbes