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  • We are committing $1 million to assist nonprofits dedicated to advancing racial equality across the United States and rebuilding damaged businesses in Minnesota, where we’ve had a significant presence for more than 165 years. Read more about our commitment and the organizations we are working with: https://travl.rs/2AFX3RC

  • Chief Technology & Operations Officer, Mojgan Lefebvre spoke to the Hartford Courant about how Travelers Insurance is hiring hundreds of technology roles. Technology is a field that is changing so rapidly and it’s ideal for people who are continuous learners. Check out the exciting opportunities available to join us under the umbrella: https://travl.rs/2YPuXNz

  • COVID-19

    Cafeteria workers at Travelers have shifted from making meals for employees to preparing meals to be given to charity. Learn more about how they are helping in Hartford, CT: https://travl.rs/2Xh4qYB

    Travelers keeping it local to help community during COVID-19 crisis

    The cafeteria workers at Travelers are no longer making meals for the staffers, instead they are making meals to be given to charity HARTFORD, Conn. - The Travelers Tower in downtown Hartford is largely empty with most employees working from home but one part of the building remains busy.

  • COVID-19

    Travelers announced a $5 million commitment to assist families and communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in North America, the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Learn more about the donation: https://travl.rs/2UybPkI

    Travelers makes largest-ever crisis donation to COVID-19 relief

    Property-casualty insurer Travelers Cos., which has a major presence in downtown Hartford, on Tuesday announced it's pledged $5 million to COVID-19 coronavirus relief efforts. That represents Travelers' largest-ever charitable donation to a crisis, and the money will be used to support families and communities impacted by the global pandemic in North America, the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, officials said.

  • College Grad has named Travelers as a Top Entry Level Employer for 2020. Our inclusion in this list highlights our ongoing commitment to hiring, developing and retaining entry level candidates. Learn more about how Travelers invests in the innovative workforce our future: https://travl.rs/39rzbxk

    Opportunities for Students & New Graduates at Travelers | Travelers College & University Hiring Opportunities

    Are you ready to help us enhance our business through innovative thinking and advanced technologies? The future of the Insurance industry is now and your new ideas are what will propel us forward. Being competitive demands an agile approach to conducting business in a fast-paced, get-it-done-now environment.

  • We are excited to announce that Travelers Insurance has once again been named a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality by the Human Rights Campaign. We’re proud to be recognized for our efforts to foster an inclusive and welcoming work environment, bringing together people with different backgrounds and perspectives to enable new ideas, innovation and a culture where employees feel valued, respected and supported. Learn more about our commitment: https://travl.rs/2PzYp4B

    Press Release

    Company Release - 2/24/2020 9:00 AM ET Named a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation HARTFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Travelers Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TRV) today announced that it has attained a perfect score on the 2020 Corporate Equality Index administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, maintaining its distinction as a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality.

  • Travelers employees recently surprised an elementary school in Hartford, Conn., with the delivery of thousands of school supplies, from laptops to books. Working with DonorsChoose.org, Travelers will continue to support the effort to fund literacy-related supplies to teachers and schools in Connecticut and select cities across the United States.

    Travelers employees surprise students and teachers at M.D. Fox Elementary School in Hartford with donation

    About 50 employees from Travelers surprised students at Hartford's Michael D. Fox Elementary School Wednesday with a delivery of thousands of school supplies, from laptops to books. "I'm speechless," said M.D. Fox Principal Iris Ramos. "Thank you. And I know our students are going to appreciate it.

  • Our Chief Technology & Operations Officer, Mojgan Lefebvre shares our efforts to attract and retain diverse talent to technology careers at Travelers Insurance as well as the importance of encouraging more women to join the technology field.

    CIOs Look to Boost Tech Teams' Diversity

    Chief information officers are pushing to bring more women and minorities onto corporate technology teams in the year ahead, using methods such as recruiting efforts, internal training and diversity programs. Attracting more diverse hires could also help mitigate the effects of the continuing information-technology talent shortage, CIOs say.

  • For more than a decade, Travelers has donated numerous reconditioned cars to individuals and families in need of transportation through our partnership with the National Auto Body Recycled Rides Program. Check out this story about how Travelers helped to provide a U.S. Army Veteran a vehicle so he can get the help he needs.

  • Nearly 100 Travelers employees volunteered alongside American Forests and Knox Hartford to plant 36 trees at Colt Park in Hartford, Conn., Oct. 16. The project is not only part of our company-wide emphasis on community involvement, it is also part of our partnership with American Forests, to plant one tree each time a Personal Insurance customer chooses to go paperless. Thus far, Travelers has planted about 385,000 trees, with a goal of one million trees planted by the end of April 2020. See us in action: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMRBT

    Volunteers Plant 36 Trees in Hartford's Colt Park

    Next Gallery A Look Inside Pratt and Trumbull Street Buildings Before Renovation Downtown Hartford's historic Pratt Street - the brick-paved corridor between Trumbull and Main streets - may get the shot of vibrancy that has eluded it for decades, as the first phase of a massive $100 million redevelopment starts to take shape.

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