• Florida’s Future Insurance Leaders

    Florida's Future Insurance Leaders is a leadership immersion program designed to attract high caliber agents and help them develop through education and mentorship to become future leaders in the insurance industry and their community. The program is offered every other year. 

    Apply for the 2016–2017 program. Application deadline is October 31, 2016.

    Criteria for admission

    • Participation is open only to existing members of the FAIA Young Agents Council.
    • Candidates must be sponsored and supported by their agency.
    • Candidates must have a minimum of three years in the insurance agency business, with preference given to those with five years or more. Maximum age of candidate: 40 years.
    • Candidates must be invited to apply by prior graduates of FFIL, or FAIA leaders such as current or former board members, agency owners, or local board officers.
    • Candidates are required to submit a completed application, a letter of commitment signed by applicant and sponsor, and a check for the $50 application fee. 

    FFIL Program Sessions

    Candidates must attend four FFIL Program Sessions and are strongly encouraged to volunteer for FAIA Council Task Forces.

    November 30–December 2, 2016, Leadership Introduction
    Held the week of the December FAIA Board meeting, classes will cover leadership and introduce mentoring and reporting requirements. Also, orientation and history of FAIA, IIABA, Trusted Choice and TrustedChoice.com, and FAIA Member Services. Students also will attend the FAIA Board meeting. 

    January 25–27, 2017, YAC Sales & Leadership Conference
    Visit the conference page for more information.

    March 13–15, 2017, Political Summi
    Held the week of Capitol Days, this session includes training in political action and the legislative process, meetings with legislators, and the YAC InsurPac-A-Thon.  

    June 7–10, 2017, Networking and Carrier Relationships
    Held the week of the Convention and Education Symposium, this session provides opportunities for networking and informal meetings with mentors. Attendance is required for Saturday’s Business & Awards meeting, and all YAC events.  

    Students are strongly encouraged to volunteer for FAIA Council Task Forces, to be active in their local YAC zones, local boards, and in the community. More information and details will be provided during the first FFIL session. Your assigned mentors will also offer guidance.

    Visit the FFIL Almuni page for a complete list of FFIL graduates.  

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    The 2014-15 FFIL graduating class