The Big "I" Young Agents Program cultivates the growth of young insurance professionals by providing them with leadership training, networking strategies and business benchmarks. IIANC Young Agents are recognized throughout the nation for their efforts to develop and inspire the next generation of industry leaders. If you're looking for a way to further your professional and personal development and meet your peers in the industry, get involved with our Young Agents today! Young Agents offers fantastic networking and learning opportunities, and you're sure to develop friendships and business relationships that will last a lifetime! 

Contact Allyson Knott at aknott@iianc.com or 919-863-6517 for information on IIANC's Young Agents.

  

Who is a Young Agent?

IIANC Young Agents are identified as North Carolina licensed insurance agents under the age of 41. The individual’s agency must be a current member of IIANC. There is no separate membership fee required to be part of the IIANC Young Agents group.  

Want to be added to the Young Agents distribution list? Email Allyson Knott at aknott@iianc.com.
  

Young Agents' Mission

The Young Agents Committee serves as the unified voice for all IIANC Young Agents in North Carolina and as the connection which perpetuates the future of the independent insurance agency system. Through effective leadership and use of resources, the mission of the Young Agents is: To attract, develop and educate young independent insurance agents.
  • To instill professionalism and ethical behavior. 
  • To address legislative issues surrounding our industry.
  • To promote good community relations.
  • To foster an environment in which young insurance professionals can interact with each other resulting in successful career paths for young agents and growth for their agencies.
    

Get Involved with IIANC Young Agents

The IIANC Young Agents are an active, dynamic group, and we encourage all Young Agents in your agency to get involved in the Young Agents’ many activities and projects.

  • Events – IIANC hosts several events which offer great opportunities for Young Agents to network with other Young Agents and company representatives to find markets and build valuable relationships.
          
    - Annual Convention
          - InsurEXPO
          - Young Agents Development Conference (October 26-27, 2017 - Downtown Charlotte, NC)   


  • Political Involvement - Young Agents in North Carolina lead the country in political activity and advocacy efforts. Our Young Agents have historically raised more money for our Political Action Committees (PAC's) than most states raise from their entire membership. Young Agents are encouraged to participate in both InsurPAC and NC Small Business PAC and attend our association’s legislative events.
          - National IIABA Legislative Conference in Washington, DC
          - Donate to PAC and Insure Your Future    

  • Community Service Projects - IIANC Young Agents are continuously involved with a service project to help our community and industry. Past projects include working with the Autism Society of North Carolina, Victory Junction, Habitat for Humanity and Special Olympics NC, the Ronald McDonald Houses of NC and a scholarship endowment for insurance majors at UNC-Charlotte.

    Our Young Agents are currently working to support the Make-A-Wish chapters in North Carolina and invite all members and company partners to get involved with their fundraising and volunteer efforts. Learn more >>>
             
  • Recruitment & Development - Young Agents are active in the search for new employees in the industry. To assist with this need, Young Agents are encouraging the introduction of insurance education in our high schools and community colleges. Young Agents are also involved in career recruitment programs at North Carolina universities with insurance majors - Appalachian State University, UNC-Charlotte and East Carolina University.
   


We Support Make-A-Wish

IIANC Young Agents are working hard to raise money and volunteer to benefit the Make-A-Wish chapters in North Carolina. Learn more >>>