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How the Apprenticeship Program Works

Our apprenticeship program is for all levels of skill and experience. We offer positions with a variety of Aon business groups that open doors to exciting opportunities to build your career.

 

Program Overview

Earn While You Learn

This two-year program balances on-the-job training with classroom learning at an accredited partner college. Apprentices dedicate a combined 40 hours per week working at Aon and attending classes to complete an associate degree with a concentration in business. Aon covers tuition, fees and books. To stay in the program, you must maintain a C or better in classes.

Apprentices have a designated "career navigator" who will work with you to ensure you have the necessary support to balance work, school and home life. They will also make suggestions for personal and professional development for the duration of the program.

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Application Requirements

We're proud we can offer apprenticeships to help you start your career from a solid foundation. In order to qualify, you must meet these requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent (contingent that a candidate is accepted and deemed college-ready by a partner community college)
  • Minimum age of 18 by June 15, 2022
  • Basic computer skills; we offer in-program training — no need to be an expert
  • Ability to work in an Aon office (in person) and attend classes at an aligned partner college (in person or virtually)
  • Openness to learning, training, collaboration and comprehensive development
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including email and phone
  • Time management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks while paying attention to details

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Application Steps

  1. Submit your application.
  2. Complete our skills assessment.
  3. Participate in a 20-minute, on-demand video interview, followed by a final-round interview with managers and local colleagues.
  4. If you are accepted, receive your offer.
  5. Complete onboarding and a background check in anticipation of an August start date and orientation into the program.

You will also need to apply for, and be accepted into, the apprenticeship program of study by the aligned partner community college.

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