Volunteer as a Mentor, Judge or Reviewer
Thanks to volunteers, The Actuarial Foundation is able to provide free programs and resources that engage students with real-world situations to improve their math skills and their confidence. Whether you have an hour to spare or more, there is an opportunity for you.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
There are so many ways to volunteer with The Actuarial Foundation. Choose an option that works for your schedule and availability. From judging contests and reviewing curriculum to being a mentor or tutoring, your time and dedication make an impact.
The Modeling the Future Challenge is an actuarial math modeling and data analysis competition for high school students. To compete, students analyze real-world data to project future trends and make recommendations to help mitigate risks.
Review submissions to determine who will move to the final stage of the competition and/or judge final presentations.
Time Commitment: Round 1 judging will take place in November/December. Judging finalists will take place in April. Location and Dates TBD.
Use your expertise to help a team develop an actuarial report and presentation. You will have 2 virtual discussions to go over their outline and paper and answer any questions they may have.
Time commitment: 1 virtual meeting with each of your teams in January and 1 virtual meeting in February. Each meeting lasts 1 hour and 1-2 hours of prep time is expected before each meeting.
Interested in monthly giving? Become a Math GEM monthly donor. Monthly giving is quick and easy and provides us with regular and reliable resources to continue to empower students with math education.
Your gift to The Actuarial Foundation can make a meaningful impact on our mission. If you have included or are considering including a gift to The Actuarial Foundation as part of your estate plan or in the form of another gift, please let us know.