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What is a Young Agent?


If your agency or company is a member of IIA of Arkansas,
-and- You are under 40 years or age or young at heart
-or- You have been in the insurance industry for less than five years
-or- You are a company representative interested in working with Young Agents

 The Arkansas Big "I" Young Agents Committee encourages young agents – those under 40 years of age or with less than 5 years 
experience in the industry – to become aware of and get involved in the activities and programs of the Independent Insurance Agents of Arkansas (the Big "I"). 



 Who are we?
 
Our Goals :
1. Launch the next generation of independent agency system leaders
2. Build involvement in and activism for the legislative issues  vital to the future of the insurance industry
3. Develop awareness of and participation in the state and
       national activities of the Big "I"
 

Our Mission:
To ensure the perpetuation of the independent agency system, the Big "I" Young Agents Committee will provide young agents with leadership training and networking opportunities giving them the skills they need to improve and enhance their agencies. Through such educational opportunities and association involvement, we hope to develop the next generation of association and industry leaders.
 




 

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