For the past 15 years, Southeast Community College’s Entrepreneurship Center is where many small businesses got their start. One example is the Bridge to Better Living, which started there 11 years ago and now has six locations in five states.
Alicia Phillips has come full circle at the Center for People in Need in Lincoln: First applying for the People Obtaining Prosperity Scholarship through the organization, and now working for them full time.
It sounds cliché, but Tara Farley believes she is in charge of her own destiny. Growing up in Winner, South Dakota, as a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, she knew in the eighth grade she liked taking care of people. She just didn’t know her career path.
Morgan Anderson never intended to be the head coach so soon for the Storm women’s soccer team, but when Head Coach John Hakari took another job in South Dakota at the beginning of the season, the job became Anderson’s, and she intended to make the most of it.