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Transition to the Trades with Lowe’s: Technology in the Trades
Join us for an exclusive webinar experience! The USO is proud to present this information session facilitated by Lowe’s

Work doesn’t have to be a grind! Come learn first-hand about technology in the trades industry with guest speaker Brett Worthington, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Frontdoor. The discussion will highlight the many career opportunities and benefits within the skilled trades as well as different specialized areas it has to offer. You will also hear from key representatives from Lowe’s and Generation T, the national movement to rebuild the skilled trades workforce, about career paths and opportunities in the Trades.

This free, online-only webinar is being offered exclusively through the USO Pathfinder Transition program for Active Duty, military spouses, National Guard, Reservists, and recently separated veterans/retirees. For more information about the program, please visit: www.uso.org/transition

Need to catch up on the series? Not to worry! Check out past events on the USO's YouTube playlist: https://bit.ly/USOandLowes_TransitiontotheTrades

Oct 28, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Brett Worthington
Senior Vice President, Business Development @Frontdoor
Brett Worthington joined Frontdoor in September 2018 as senior vice president of business development. In addition to holding several leadership positions at Wink, and BMC, Worthington served 10 years in the U.S. Army and is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom IV and V. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from University of Utah.
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