Article Highlights Life-Changing Prosper Learning Education

Changing lives, One Student At A Time

I love the article  that was selected to appear in the August 2006 issue of the national magazine, U.S. Business Review in an article entitled “Investing in Tomorrow”.

The article thoroughly outlined the reasons for Prosper, Inc. students’ success and portrayed the vision of Prosper, Inc. as a company . It also covered  the vision for  our employees and leaders;0) The article stated ,

“After pioneering its own niche in the post-secondary education market, Prosper Inc. has positioned itself as an organization devoted to helping individuals achieve success in the business world through its customized courses…[T]he company is a valuable asset for individuals hoping to fulfill their potential and further their careers through return-on-investment-based learning systems.”

Ethan Willis, CEO and President of Prosper, Inc. said, “This is a rewarding article because it talks about the success of our students as well as the integrity and abilities of our employees here at Prosper.”

In the article Ethan, whom I call my young brother and friend  stated   he “believes the company’s most valuable assets are its employees..”

Humbly Posted

Devin Willis


Resource:

Investing in Tomorrow By Kate Burrows Tuesday, 15 August 2006 –http://www.usbusiness-review.com

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4 responses to “Article Highlights Life-Changing Prosper Learning Education

  1. sumarie

    I knew ETHAN WILLIS, who developed the Entrepreneurial Strengths Assessment,and is the CEO of Prosper, Inc., a leadership training company. He lived in South Pasadena, California.
    sumarie
    Singapore, Singapore

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  3. gg

    I enjoyed the classes, but the cost was a little high

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