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President and CEO of AIG Visits Morgan State
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Apr 24, 2014, 00:25

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L-R are Morgan State University President David Wilson, Congressman Elijah Cummings, President and CEO of AIG Bob Benmosche, School of Business and Management Dean Fikru Boghossian, and Career Communications Group CEO Tyrone Taborn

American International Group (AIG) President and CEO Bob Benmosche posed for a group photograph Wednesday, April 23 ahead of a lecture at Howard University for the School of Business Executive Lecture Series. Congressman Elijah Cummings introduced Benmosche's appearance at Morgan State University's School of Business and Finance.

Benmosche addressed a full house of Morgan State students and faculty in the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management (SBM). Congressman Cummings accompanied Benmosche on his visit to Marylandís public urban university. Also pictured are Morgan State President David Wilson, SBM Dean Fikru Boghossian and Career Communications Group President and CEO Tyrone Taborn.

American International Group (AIG) Insurers continues to have one of the largest insurance networks in the world, with over 85 million clients in more than 130 countries.

The AIG Summer Internship Program offers exposure to business areas across AIG, with high performing interns given a chance to join AIGís Full-Time Graduate Development Program upon graduation.

The Summer Internship Program is for students graduating from December 2014 through June 2015 and available for 10 consecutive weeks between May and August 2014.

The Full-Time Graduate Development Program is for students graduating between December 2013 and June 2014 and available for full-time employments starting July 2014.

The Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management has more than fifty full-time faculty and an enrollment of approximately 1,500 graduate and undergraduate students. SBM offers Bachelor of Science degrees in accounting, finance, business administration, marketing, human resource management, hospitality management, and information science and systems; post-baccalaureate certificate in project management; master of business administration; master of project management; and Ph.D. in business administration.

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