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Aflac Internship Program

About Aflac Internship Program

Aflac, or the American Family Life Assurance Company, has been in the insurance game for over six decades, providing accident, illness, supplemental insurance, and more to over 50 million people across the globe. The Fortune 500 company prioritizes its policyholders over its stakeholders, assuring fast cash benefits so folks can focus on their wellbeing and not their budgets. Its plethora of policy options makes it a leader in client protection.

Internship Program
Aflac relies on interns to contribute a fresh perspective on projects that directly improve the service experience that their policyholders worldwide receive in their time of need. 

Aflac Internship Program provides an elite opportunity for top students to explore their field of interest in areas such as Marketing, IT, Finance, Accounting, Strategic Management, Compliance, and Legal.  Aflac believes in giving Interns the career development tools and job enrichment opportunities they need to grow and blossom into Aflac’s future workforce of professional thought leaders. 

Program Overview

  • Number of Interns: 21 to 50
  • Duration: 6 to 12 weeks
  • Academic Level: College Juniors, College Seniors, Recent College Graduates, Business School Students, Law School Students
  • Minimum GPA Preferred: 3.00-3.49


  • Columbia, SC
  • Columbus, GA
  • New York, NY

Application Process

  • HaQuasha Terry – University Relations

Application Deadline

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but the best time to apply is between January 1st – March 1st.

Aflac Internship Program

Aflac Worldwide Headquarters
1932 Wynnton Road
Columbus, GA 31999

Firm Stats

CEO Chair: Daniel P. Amos

Major Office Locations

Omaha, NE
Columbia, SC
Albany, NY
New York, NY
Tokyo, Japan

Major Departments & Practices

Accounting and Finance
Actuarial and Risk
Customer Experience
Data and Analytics
HR and Legal
Operational Support
Sales and Marketing
University Programs