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May 2018

National Volunteer Week: A Time to Say "Thank You"

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By Carmelina Santamaria

During National Volunteer Week, April 15–21, the CIA celebrated the significant value and far-reaching impact of its 550+ volunteers.

As part of the celebrations, volunteers received a thank-you card in the mail that included a conundrum: a puzzle to solve for the chance to win a $500 credit towards CIA continuing professional development (CPD) offerings.

Congratulations to Brock McEwen, who won the draw.

Our Greatest Asset

Volunteers are our greatest asset. Their active participation in the Institute’s work strengthens the profession and improves the work of all Canadian actuaries. Their value is apparent in all aspects of our success:

  • Delivering Canadian services and products;
  • Influencing public policy;
  • Developing emerging practices;
  • And much more!

As we look to the future of volunteering we will focus on supporting our current volunteers and nurturing the talented actuaries in our midst who will become our next leaders.

Thank you to all those volunteers who have set the groundwork, to those volunteers currently putting their time and commitment into the Institute, and to the future volunteers who will take the CIA to its next level of success.

Once again, thank you for your time and commitment to this great profession.

Carmelina Santamaria is the coordinator, volunteer services at the Head Office.

Here is the conundrum that was sent to volunteers. (The answer will appear on the website later in May. Note that you must log in to view the page.)


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