Have a Sustaining Impact on the Next Generation of Insurance Professionals
Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS) is pleased to announce the updated Sustaining Partners Program, an initiative designed to allow the industry to have a sustaining impact on the industry’s premier pipeline of collegiate talent. With your support, GIS will be able to increase the number of students and schools reached, as well as the number of strategic initiatives designed to promote the educational and professional development of collegiate students pursuing careers in the industry. Read the introductory letter!
Sustaining Partners have the unique opportunity to not only contribute financially to the success of the organization and its students, but also take an active role in its direction and the long-term impact on the industry, providing the tools and resources for exceptional talent. Sustaining Partners have the added benefit of increased exposure to GIS membership and recognition as an industry leader in talent development. They will also receive EXCLUSIVE benefits in the areas of leadership, conferences, first access to students, and brand awareness.
Sustaining Partners will be asked to make a three-year commitment to the program at a specific level with renewal occurring January 1 for each year for the duration of the three-year commitment.
To become a Sustaining Partner, please complete and submit the Commitment Form, or contact Noelle Codispoti, Executive Director, at Noelle.Codispoti@gammaiotasigma.org
View the program summary and overview of benefits: Sustaining Partners Program
Sustaining Partners have the flexibility of choosing how their contributions are utilized by GIS. Funds committed as a Sustaining Partner can be applied among five categories, depending on the level.
- Recognition as an Industry Leader in Supporting Talent Development;
- Receive quarterly updates on membership and chapter development;
- An Annual Report in October during International Conference with details on financial status, fundraising, chapter activities and more;
- An invitation to the Annual Advisory Council meeting in October with presentations from and discussions with GIS staff and student leaders