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A lot of talk centers on the need to get young adults on credit union boards, yet not a lot of action is taking place. Credit Union Times asked a few Gen Yers what it would take to get them involved.

Could it be as easy as simply letting them know the opportunity exists? Rumford Aquatics CEO/Founder Andrew Hill said he’d like to be asked. The 18-year-old entrepreneur, who currently serves on several national education panels, admitted he doesn’t belong to a credit union, but as long as the work the board does is meaningful he’d still participate.

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