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    ​​Wise Tsui is a former BAS officer and now works for Transamerica. He has graciously offered to help, and one of our officers and him will be working together to lead this workshop. This event will take place on Monday October 17th, at 6pm in Boelter 5440.

    Please RSVP here. This will be a casual dress event. Additionally, if you want feedback on your resume, bring a few copies and officers can look over them.

    You can now find the slideshow here

    We will be having our annual Mentorship Mixer next Tuesday, October 11th at 6:00 PM in MS 6221. This year, each officer and experienced senior will be taking 5-6 students as our mentees.

    If you are interested in becoming a mentee, this is a great chance for you to connect with the officers and experienced seniors, and also learn more about the actuarial field. Please sign up here: Mentee Sign-up. This mentorship program is mainly for 1st-year, 2nd-year, and 1st-year Transfer students, but everyone is welcome to join the event!

    Seniors: If you would like to become a mentor, please contact us at as soon as possible.

    This workshop is specifically geared towards helping freshmen and international students get started with their actuarial careers and will take place on Thursday, October 6th in MS 6627. The freshman portion of this workshop will be from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, and the international student portion from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. If you are a freshman international student, please feel free to stay for both. Food will be provided!

    The slideshow for the international student portion of the workshop is available here

    The slideshow for the First Year portion of the workshop is available here

    We are proud to bring you our Ninth Annual Bruin Actuarial Society Career Fair! This event will take place on Monday, Oct 3rd, 2016, in the Ackerman Grand Ballroom from 5:00-7:30PM. It is definitely a wonderful opportunity for you to meet many of the biggest actuarial companies on the West Coast!

    In order to attend the Career Fair, you will have to meet ALL of the following four requirements:
    1. UCLA Student or Alumnus
    2. BAS Paid Member - You can access here to pay online if you have not paid yet, or you can pay in cash at any of our events prior to Career Fair
    3. Attend one of the Career Fair Preparation Workshops on either Monday, Sep. 26th or Tuesday, Sep.27th - Your can sign up here for the workshop. The slideshow for this event is available here
    4. Register here for the Career Fair by Wednesday, Sep. 28th at 11:59PM. THERE IS NO LATE REGISTRATION ALLOWED.

    Business Professional Dress Code is strictly enforced for the Career Fair.

    You can find the details about membership here.

    Employers looking to participate in this event can contact us at
    California State Automobile Association, a AAA insurer, will be hosting an information session on ,Oct 4th, 6PM, in room MS6627.

    This is an excellent opportunity for you to follow up with the firm representatives after the Career Fair, and to stand out more by showing your dedication and interest in CSAA. And not to mention that there will be food provided (hint: not pizza)!

    Please wear Business Casual if you wish to connect with the professionals and RSVP here
    Willis Towers Watson will be holding their information session on , Thursday, Sep. 29th, 6PM at MS 5200.

    This is an excellent opportunity for you to learn more about Willis Towers Watson, and also to get connected with the representatives prior to the Career Fair.

    Please wear Business Casual if you wish to connect with the professionals.
    We are very excited to invite all of you to join us at our first event of the year - General Meeting, which will take place this Friday, September 23rd, at 6:00PM in MS4000A.

    Come out for free food, and get an opportunity to learn more about Bruin Actuarial Society and to meet your fellow aspiring actuaries!

    You can now review the General Meeting Slides here
    Finished those resumes you've been working on? We are now collecting resumes for a Resume Book to present to the firms as the Ninth Annual BAS Career Fair approaches! This Resume Book will allow recruiters to review the resumes of students who are actively looking for internships and/or full-time opportunities.

    If you wish to have your resume included, please send your resume as an attachment (in PDF Format) to, with subject line "Resume Book Submission", by September 23rd, 11:59 PM.
    As some of you already know, during spring quarter, BAS began a new series of posts called "Faces of an Actuary" on the BAS Facebook page. Our goal has been to feature different actuaries (both aspiring and current) who are able to provide some insight into their experiences and perspectives on their respective fields and backgrounds.

    Currently, we are reaching out to all of you to collect YOUR stories! Selected ones will be featured in a "Faces of an Actuary" Facebook post this upcoming fall quarter. Each featured post will consist of a picture and caption/short paragraph.


    You can find examples here: Anthony Ip, Danny Stapleton
    Missed out on the 2015-2016 highlights of BAS?

    You can now review our highlighted events for the 2015-2016 school year in our "Year In Review Newsletter" here
    In preparation for Career Fair (Oct 3, 2016) and fall recruitment, BAS will hold our annual Virtual Resume Critique over the next few weeks. Members can now submit your resumes and have it read and critiqued by an officer.

    If you wish to participate, please email with subject line "Virtual Resume Critique" and your resume attached, in Word Document format by Friday, September 2nd. Your resume will be reviewed by an officer of the club and returned to you with comments.

    In order for our critique to be of maximum help, please ensure that your resume is free of spelling and grammatical errors and that it does not exceed one page.
    Dearest members, First of all, thank you very much for your continuous support to Bruin Actuarial Society for the 2015-2016 school year!

    As we start to plan our next year events, we would like to invite everyone, who wants to continue receiving updates from us, to re-sign up for our email list here.

    In addition, at the end of the sign up form, you will also be given the option to take a short survey, and we really encourage everyone to provide us any feedback you may have and how we could improve next year.