Proven keys to career building, recovering from self-inflicted wounds

In this training, Mike Worthy, a 40-year entrepreneur in the financial services sector, will discuss tips for career building and how to recover from self-inflicted wounds.

Worthy is co-founder, president and CEO of WW Payment Systems, a financial services company that specializes in monetizing commercial freight contracts. Worthy has served as a board member of 25 organizations, both nonprofits and for-profit companies, including two terms as a WSU Regent.

This training is offered from 3:30 – 5 p.m. in the Lighty Student Services Building, Room 405. This course also is available via videoconference. Click here to register.

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