US Program Overview

 

The Aon Apprenticeship Program provides students who have not completed a traditional four-year college degree with an entry point to launch a professional career at Aon. Our two-year Apprenticeships combine in-class learning at a local community college with on-the-job learning at Aon. Apprentices earn a competitive salary and full benefits while they work toward completing an Associate’s Degree with a concentration in business.

 

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It’s a Partnership

We work with local community colleges and non-profit partners to help Apprentices jumpstart a corporate career. Apprentices receive in-classroom and professional training, while honing skills that will serve them throughout their careers. In addition to paying Apprentices’ salary and benefits, Aon covers the costs of tuition and books while also providing career development services and mentoring support.

How It Started

Launched in the U.S. in 2017 with a modest class of 26 students, the Aon Apprenticeship Program has built a network of employers, non-profit partners, and community colleges to create more than 1,000 Apprenticeship positions in the Chicagoland area alone. Recently, Aon announced an investment of $30 million to expand the Apprenticeship Program to new cities over the next five years and we set a goal of creating 10,000 corporate apprenticeships (within Aon, and beyond) by 2030.

Why Aon?

At Aon, our people are a key differentiator that sets us apart from our competitors. Everyone on our team is responsible for acting with integrity, trusting one another and encouraging others to share their unique perspectives. We believe that no individual person or piece of Aon is stronger than the whole, and every colleague deserves to feel accepted for who they are and valued for the insights they bring.

Our Network of Aon Offices and Educational Partners

Apprentices attend classes at an Aon-partnered school three days per week in pursuit of their Associate’s degree. The local community network of employers and non-profit partners also fosters a system of support outside of the workplace.

Lincolnshire, IL

College of Lake County


Closed
 

Chicago, IL

Harold Washington College

Bloomington, MN

 

San Francisco, CA

Solano College (virtual)


Closed
 

Houston, TX

Houston Community College


Closed
 

The Woodlands, TX

Lonestar College

Philadelphia, PA

Community College of Philadelphia

Radnor & Ft. Washington, PA

Montgomery College


Closed
 

Washington, DC

University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)


Closed
 

New York, NY

Borough of Manhattan Community College

Lincolnshire, IL

College of Lake County


Closed
 

Chicago, IL

Harold Washington College

Bloomington, MN

Normandale Community
College

San Francisco, CA

Solano College (virtual)


Closed
 

Houston, TX

Houston Community College


Closed
 

The Woodlands, TX

Lonestar College

Philadelphia, PA

Community College of
Philadelphia

Radnor & Ft.
Washington, PA

Montgomery College


Closed
 

Washington, DC

University of the
District of Columbia
Community College (UDC-CC)


Closed
 

New York, NY

Borough of Manhattan
Community College


 

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.