The African American Market Unit will provide you with the necessary training, tools, and resources to help you succeed in your career.
You understand the values, traditions, and cultural expressions of the African American community. And with the help of our resources, you’ll not only have the opportunity to grow your career, but also the wealth of Black families and businesses. These resources include:
New York Life has a long-standing relationship with neighborhoods, schools, and local organizations, which means you’ll have an even deeper connection to the community in which you work. You’ll be a trusted source of information and guidance for years to come.
As a financial professional at New York Life, you'll run your own practice with the support of a Fortune 100 Company. We are proud to offer support that will grow your career, with an extensive range of virtual education, mentorship opportunities, and other resources.
If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and a drive to help others, the only limit to your commission-based compensation is your ambition and sales. You’ll also have opportunities for advancement and competitive benefits.
Build your career on a rock-solid foundation. New York Life has been a pillar of communities around the country for more than 175 years, and we will continue to be a steady presence for years to come.
We’ve partnered with local organizations, helping us to build bridges to the community. And with the New York Life Foundation’s charitable initiatives, your career will be driven by real purpose.
New York Life’s African American Community Empowerment Plan was created to help families build wealth with life insurance. In 2017, our agents exceeded our goal of reaching $50B in life insurance protection to help close the wealth gap and improve intergenerational wealth transfer for the African American community. Today we’re setting our sights on continued growth and even higher goals to further our mission.
New York Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.