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Summer Sales Intern - Long Island, NY

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11d ago

🚀 Summer Internship

New York

AI generated summary

  • You must be a problem solver, continuously learning and adapting to change, results-oriented, value-driven, with strong communication and interpersonal skills. Willing to take on challenges and show initiative. Enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program with a strong academic record.
  • You will support sales process by scheduling calls, reaching out to prospects, generating opportunities, analyzing needs, shadowing presentations, and participating in educational programs.

Summer Internship

Sales & Business DevelopmentNew York


  • Sales interns will be part of the local sales team. They may assist the Agency Director and Agency Leaders by performing administrative and entry-level duties while gaining experience in the insurance industry. Sales interns conduct prospective client research, make calls, and send emails, update records, attend meetings, make recruiting calls and help generate new business opportunities, among other tasks.


  • Problem Solving: Takes an organized and logical approach to thinking through problems and complex issues. Simplifies complexity by breaking down issues into manageable parts. Looks beyond the obvious to get at root causes. Develops insight into problems, issues, and situation.
  • Continuous Learning: Demonstrates a desire and capacity to expand expertise, develop new skills and grow professionally. Seeks and takes ownership of opportunities to learn, acquire new knowledge and deepen technical expertise. Takes advantage of formal and informal developmental opportunities. Takes on challenging work assignments that lead to professional growth
  • Initiative: Willingly does more than is required or expected in the job. Meets objectives on time with minimal supervision. Eager and willing to go the extra mile in terms of time and effort. Is self-motivated and seizes opportunities to make a difference.
  • Adaptability: Ability to re-direct personal efforts in response to changing circumstances. Is receptive to new ideas and new ways of doing things. Effectively prioritizes according to competing demands and shifting objectives. Can navigate through uncertainty and knows when to change course
  • Results Orientation: Effectively executes on plans, drives for results and takes accountability for outcomes. Perseveres and does not give up easily in challenging situations. Recognizes and capitalizes on opportunities. Takes full accountability for achieving (or failing to achieve) desired results
  • Values Orientation: Upholds and models Chubb values and always does the right thing for the company, colleagues, and customers. Is direct truthful and trusted by others. Acts as a team player. Acts ethically and maintains a high level of professional integrity. Fosters high collaboration within own team and across the company; constantly acts and thinks “One Chubb”
  • Skills:
  • Results orientation: a demonstrated ability to meet commitments; including under pressure
  • Intellectual agility: capable and willing to master and apply new knowledge
  • Personal capacity: accepting and welcoming of additional responsibility over time
  • Communication skills: an ability to communicate successfully in various settings
  • Interpersonal/team skills: able to work effectively with colleagues at all levels
  • Self-leadership: an ability to take full ownership of work and show initiative as needed
  • Client focused: understanding of the needs of customers and clients
  • Work ethic: a commitment to hard work and a high ethical conduct
  • Education and Experience:
  • MS Office skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Oral and written communication skills
  • Strong record of academic achievement (minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA to qualify)
  • Actively enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program (December 2024 or May 2026 graduate, preferred)
  • Local to Tacoma, WA area

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Sales & Business Development


  • Perform fundamental tasks to support the recruiting and sales process in our local market office to include learning a script to schedule sales calls for local agents to conduct.
  • Be Results Orientation and complete targeted number of outreaches to prospective recruits and clients based on sales team goals.
  • Assist local office in generating new business opportunities through social media, personal networking, and referrals.
  • Perform a needs analysis to identify employer values, objectives, and pain points.
  • Learn how to recognize different buyer behaviors and overcome common sales objections.
  • Job shadow in-person and virtual sales presentations for local business owners.
  • Participate and CHUBB and Combined Company wide Intern educational opportunities.
  • Maintain Continuous Learning by enrolling and complete Level 1 New Independent Agent Fundamentals


Work type

Full time

Work mode



New York