Who Can Be an Apprentice?

An Aon Apprentice is strategic, resilient, confident, intellectually curious, bold and creative.

To be accepted into the US program, Apprentices must have the following qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent — contingent that a candidate is accepted and deemed college-ready by a city partner college by the start of the Apprenticeship Program
  • Minimum age of 18 by the start of the program
  • Intermediate computer skills — we offer in-program training, so no need to be an expert upon applying
  • Openness to learning, training and comprehensive development
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability and know-how to communicate via email and by phone
  • Time management skills, prioritizing tasks throughout the day while paying close attention to details

Explore the Aon Apprenticeship Virtual Experience

Meet Aon Apprentices

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.