Marjorie Bothwell

Michigan State University

Hometown: Ypsilanti, MI

What I liked most about the MTP was the teaching and training aspect. It's one thing for to you to succeed, but to see someone else that you trained do an awesome job is rewarding. True success will make those around you successful as well.

Jacob Cooper

Delta College

Hometown: Lake Odessa, MI

What I like about the MTP is the ability to teach, train, and develop others in an effort to reach their personal goals. You can't replace the feeling of seeing someone hit that goal, knowing that you were a big part of their development. The best part is that when one of my team members reaches their goals, I am also achieving mine!

Joseph Huff

University of New Mexico

Hometown: St. Clair Shores

What I like the most about the MTP is the ability to advance is based on merit, and not seniority. Hard work and dedication beats seniority everyday of the week.

Ryan VandenAkker

Central Michigan University

Hometown: East Lansing, MI

The MTP allows individuals from any industry or background the opportunity to see success in their life like nowhere else I've worked. No other training program puts people on the fast track to management and affords them the life, and satisfaction I've always sought in my own life.

DeAngelo Mickinley-Malone

United States Marine Corps

Hometown: Milwaukee, WI

I love the growth opportunity and the unlimited amount of earning potential that the MTP has provided me.

Holly Redlawski

Northwood University

Hometown: Port Huron, MI

I like the way the MTP focuses on the development of people. It's not just about our clients, but makes sure someone is growing as a professional and a person as well.

Jay Peterson

Baker College

Hometown: Trufant, MI

I enjoy the purity of the MTP for how hard you work correlates directly with what you get in return. I also take great pride in seeing someone I've trained accomplish their own goals.