Ceaselessly Dedicated to Helping Others
At AmeriCorps and Peace Corps you use your energy, ideals, and talents to help others. After your service, you can continue that charge of helping others and leveraging the skills you’ve gained transitioning to a role with Farmers Insurance.
Like you, we understand that a life helping others is a life well lived. After natural disasters devastated Joplin in Missouri, Moore in Oklahoma and Sea Bright in New Jersey, our teams were among the first to arrive to offer aid. This spirit of helpfulness is why we believe strongly in supporting:
Wherever disaster strikes across the country, Farmers is there, working with organizations like SBP and the Red Cross, and putting our volunteers on the ground, helping with immediate disaster relief and long-term recovery.
Our agents and employees are actively involved in our communities, volunteering at local food drives, building homes, donating blood, and fundraising throughout the year.
Through outreach with the Boys & Girls Clubs, the First Tee, and our own Thank America’s Teachers programs, we focus heavily on helping at-risk youth with in-classroom and after-school programs.
At AmeriCorps and Peace Corps, you may have utilized the following skills and knowledge to help others:
- Construction techniques
- Engineering knowledge
- Team motivation and building
- Networking and relationship building
Whether it's organizing the response to natural disasters or actually helping to rebuild people's lives or homes, your AmeriCorps and Peace Corps experience may easily transfer to a role with Farmers.
See Yourself at Farmers
With a career at Farmers, you can continue to leverage and grow the skills you've gained with AmeriCorps and Peace Corps, and continue helping others. Ready to start the next adventure in your life?
Set to take that next step after your AmeriCorps and Peace Corps service?
What Farmers People Say
As a Farmers employee, you'll enjoy many opportunities to expand your personal and career development. From award-winning training at the University of Farmers to networking, career resources, professional organizations and volunteering, there's a number of ways to build your future.
The Farmers team is made up of some incredibly talented people from diverse backgrounds, including the first AmeriCorps and Peace Corps volunteer graduate Nick Stoughton. But don't take our word for it − see what they have to say about their work at Farmers.
As a site supervisor with AmeriCorps, I had the pleasure of working side-by-side with Farmers Insurance volunteers from all over the country. Now, I'm a part of Farmers Property Claims team in one of the fastest growing markets on the East Coast. I look forward to a great future as a claims representative and growing with Farmers.
As program lead for Rewards and Recognition, I love coming to work every day and finding ways to recognize employees and help our organization drive engagement through some of the great programs we offer. I like helping people and hearing their stories, and being the hero who made it all better.
Currently, I'm the site manager for the Bristol West Northern California Claims office. There are many satisfying aspects of my role. One is being involved in and watching the development of our staff. A second is the camaraderie and collaboration with managers and leaders throughout our organization.
I'm the total loss supervisor for the Bristol West Central Zone Claims office. What I enjoy most about my current role is working with a whole new team and helping them get to the next stage in their career.
Larry D Williams
My role as zone training manager for the Texas and West Zones has been the highlight of my Farmers career so far. To have the opportunity to manage Los Angeles Property was truly a dream come true for me.