Aon hosts a Risk tournament at Dalhousie, providing students the chance
to win up to $5,000 towards tuition
HALIFAX, Sept. 13 /CNW/ - In support of future leaders in the field of
risk management, Aon will host a tournament of the board game Risk at
Dalhousie University on Monday, September 17. Approximately 200 students are
expected to attend, with the top three being awarded academic bursaries for
tuition or other study costs. Aon is an employer with boundless opportunities
for those who want to carve a unique and rewarding career, and human resources
staff will also be on hand to discuss job openings with students. Local band,
Little Fish will provide live entertainment, lunch will be served and the
event is open to the entire community.
Aon has a longstanding partnership and dedication to the communities
where they live and work and this event builds on the momentum of the five
playgrounds they built across Canada in celebration of their 20th anniversary
in April, 2007.
Who: David Wheeler, Dean, Faculty of Management, Dalhousie
Peter Shelton, Halifax Branch Manager, Aon Reed Stenhouse,
Paul MacDonald, Senior Vice-President & National Director,
Group Risk Solutions, Aon Reed Stenhouse
When: Monday, September 17, 2007 at 10:00a.m.
Where: Dalhousie University, Studley Campus Quad, Halifax (See
Contact: Adrienne McKean, Communications Specialist, Aon Reed Stenhouse
Inc., 416.317.8116 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aon Corporation (www.aon.com) is a leading provider of risk management
services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, human capital and management
consulting, and specialty insurance underwriting. There are 43,000 employees
working in Aon's 500 offices in more than 120 countries. As Canada's leading
insurance brokerage and risk management firm, Aon Reed Stenhouse is committed
to developing superior financial and insurance products and improved, more
cost-effective ways of dealing with risk.
For further information:
For further information: Adrienne McKean, Communications Specialist, Aon
Reed Stenhouse Inc., (416) 317-8116 or email@example.com