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From Carpentry To Credit Union

Brian Arcand never thought he’d wind up in the financial industry. He attended a vocational high school to learn carpentry and cabinetry, and he worked for his uncle as an electrical apprentice for a few years afterward. He decided to enroll at the New England Institute of Technology when he became a father, and it was there that he decided to pursue his passion for computers. Shortly thereafter, he wound up at Sharon Credit Union, and while he was initially a little hesitant to enter the banking world, he also had a feeling it’d be just the place to hone his technical expertise.

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