How the US Apprenticeship Program Works

As a Department of Labor-certified apprenticeship program, Aon works closely with local community colleges to build a curriculum that allows Apprentices to complete their studies and apply their knowledge through real-world experience. Aon pays for tuition, books and fees for the Apprentice’s two-year Associate’s Degree in full. At the same time as they are earning their degree, Apprentices develop vital workplace skills and earn a competitive salary as a full-time Aon employee.

Want a look into a day in the life of an apprentice? Explore our Virtual Experience. Note: You do not need to complete this to apply.

The Apprenticeship Program Consists of:

Salary + Benefits

At Aon, we provide each of our Apprentices with:

  • A competitive salary
  • Full employee benefits
  • Comprehensive on-the-job training
  • Paid tuition at our partner schools to pursue a degree
  • Corporate and non-profit organization networking
  • Mentorship
  • Professional exposure to Aon leadership

40-Hour Work Week

The 40 hours includes both time in the office and in the classroom (see sample schedule below). Apprentices are paid for the full 40 hours, and work with their Aon managers each semester to build a schedule that balances their classes with their working hours.

Mentorship + Support

In addition to their manager, Early Careers contacts, and the community network of fellow apprentices, Each Apprentice is paired with a designated “Career Navigator.” Career Navigators support Apprentices in balancing work, school and life, and provide personal and professional development.


Apprenticeship Roles Include:

Business Support Analyst

Support colleagues through:

  • Creating and updating reports to assist colleagues with their clients
  • Helping to manage projects
  • Streamlining communications between team members


Data Analyst

Support Aon’s HR, Finance, Law & Compliance and Analytics business groups through:

  • Managing data entry
  • Preparing reports
  • Learning the basics of data analysis
  • Ensuring process and procedure materials are up to date


Project Management Analyst

Support project managers through:

  • Drafting project plans
  • Updating project plan tracking including risks and issues
  • Providing data analysis on internal and external projects


Information Technology Business Analyst

Support Aon’s technology platforms and tools through:

  • Reporting on service and task metrics
  • Performing essential administrative functions
  • Performing tests
  • Applying patches and conducting other maintenance activities


Customer Service Agent

Support Aon clients through:

  • Answering questions about coverage or their accounts via phone, email, or chat inquiries
  • Making proactive outbound calls to respond to inquiries or share proactive information with Aon clients



Salaried Position, Paid-For Tuition

Apprentices spend 40 hours per week, split between work and attending classes to complete their Associate's Degree with a concentration in business. Aon covers salary, benefits, tuition, fees and books.

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