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The chapter's primary objective is to foster learning opportunities for the insurance compliance community. The Heartland Chapter of AICP will award an annual scholarship, in the amount of $500.00, in an effort to further insurance education, and encourage, support, and reward college students who have an interest in insurance as a career.
This scholarship is named in the memory of long time AICP Heartland Chapter member Jim Latteman. A former Director of IT for the Missouri Department of Insurance, Jim then moved on to the NAIC where he became one of the founding developers and marketers of SERFF.
AMOUNT: $500.00 scholarship
Applicants must submit the following information for consideration:
The Scholarship Selection Committee will be comprised of the Scholarship Committee. The individuals on the committee must have no ties or relationships to any applicant. In the event one of them is related to or otherwise closely connected with an applicant, they must immediately inform the other members of the committee and recuse them self from the selection process. At that point the current chapter president will appoint a replacement to the committee.
The Scholarship Selection Committee will make their selection based upon the following criteria:
The Scholarship Selection Committee will vote on each of the above categories for each nominee on a scale of 1 5, with 5 being high. Each member then would recommend a maximum of 15 points per nominee. All committee members' votes will be tallied for each candidate and the candidate with the highest score will be awarded the scholarship.
Completed applications and all supporting requirements are to be sent to the Chairperson of the Scholarship Committee by no later than May 15th. The Chairperson will send copies of all material to the other committee members for their review. The committee members will review all applications, confer and determine the scholarship winners by no later than May 31st. The Committee Chair will have the privilege of notifying the winner and directing the Chapter Treasurer to mail the $500.00 check to the applicant's educational institution by no later than August 1st. Form letters will be sent to the non-winning applicants by August 1st. The scholarship winner will be announced via e-mail to the chapter, through an AICP Press Release, and on our website.
Mail application to:
Summit Compliance Group, LLC
2038 Ford Parkway
Saint Paul, MN 55116