CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Information Session
Stop By to Learn About New Opportunities!
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield will be hosting an on campus recruiting information session on Tuesday November 30, 2023 (5PM - 6PM, EST) for students (rising juniors and seniors) majoring in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Public Policy, or other business-related degree with an interest in the Healthcare. Join us to learn about our CareFirst's Strategy and Emerging Business Internships for Summer 2024 as well as other internship opportunities available at CareFirst.
We encourage students to register for the Information Session! Once registered, you will receive a separate email with additional details prior to the information session date.
CareFirst is the largest healthcare insurer in the Mid-Atlantic region, serving 3.5 million members and has been in business for 85+ years. We are a Not-for-Profit Organization and are committed to serving and giving back to the community.
Feature Speaker: Micheal Altenburger. Sr. Healthworx Associate, CareFirst Community Engagement Ctrs. Mike graduated from Loyola University Maryland before working for several years in the nonprofit sector in Baltimore. He then earned a Master's and PhD from the University of Notre Dame and began working on social innovation and entrepreneurship in Northern Indiana. He transitioned back to the Baltimore area to work for CareFirst BCBS where he helped to launch the CareFirst Engagement Centers.
In 2021, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) announced a national equity strategy to address the nation’s crisis in racial health disparities. Aligned with BCBSA’s multi-year commitment to address the racial inequities in quality of life, care access and health outcomes, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (CareFirst) is working throughout the Mid-Atlantic to establish meaningful collaboration with and advocate for communities that have been historically marginalized. Our goals focus on priorities around reducing racial disparities, identifying drivers of inequities and implementing data-driven strategies to advance the health of ALL of our communities.
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