Jointly administered by AGC of America, NASBP, and SFAA.

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), National Association of Surety Bond producers (NASBP), and The Surety & Fidelity Association of America (SFAA) co-administer an industry program to place surety underwriters, who usually are in the early phases of their careers, with host contractors and subcontractors for one to two week internships, so that these underwriters will experience first-hand the daily operations and efforts that contractors and subcontractors undertake to succeed as businesses in the competitive construction industry marketplace. Operating for nearly three decades, this unique Program has placed many underwriters who now have assumed senior positions within their companies and who first gained an appreciation of the real-world business culture of contractors and subcontractors through their internship. Host contractors, in turn, have remarked over the years how the surety underwriter intern provided them greater insight into how sureties evaluate contractors for surety credit.

Please consider participation! To continue the success of the Surety Underwriter Intern Program, the Program needs a constant stream of volunteer host contractors and interested surety underwriter candidates. If you are or know of a host contractor candidate, please click here and let us know of your interest. Surety underwriter intern candidates can do the same by clicking here. Matching of host contractors and interns is done on a rolling basis as internships become available. Please note that interns will not be matched with contractors or subcontractors underwritten by the intern’s surety company.

For questions and answers about the Program click here. If you require more specific information, you may contact us by clicking here.

About the Program
Frequently Asked Questions
Sample Orientation Notebook
Sample Itineraries
Sample Daily Activity Schedules
Intern Form
Host Contractor Form
Contact Information

 
 
“I found the program both insightful and rewarding … I believe it provided me the tools moving forward to become a more comprehensive underwriter and stronger industry leader/professional.”

Joshua P. Reynolds, Senior Surety Representative

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