Tag: Entrepreneurship

Rosalinda and Elizabeth Mendoza Advice on Starting a Business

The Sisters Creating Spirits Honoring 400 Years Of Mexican Heritage By Dr. Brittany Chambers While growing up in Washington State’s Yakima Valley, Rosalinda and Elizabeth Mendoza held dear to them the values their immigrant parents and grandparents taught them about farm work. The sisters witnessed these lessons first-hand by visiting rural Michoacán, Mexico, and seeing the diligence required by people…

Habits Wealthy People Practice

3 Habits The Wealthiest People Practice Daily That Most Others Don’t By Jari Roomer I used to be broke. Dead broke. A bad gambling addiction separated me from my life savings (over $15,000) within 12 months. That’s when I decided to study how money works. I read every personal finance and investing book I could get my hands on. Fast-forward…

College Students Draw First-Hand Career Insight

College Students Draw First-Hand Career Insight By Kenya King Three Chevron Corp. engineers met with 15 Perimeter College engineering students recently to give first-hand advice and encouragement about advancing their education and careers. The engineers—all women—spent more than two hours reviewing the students’ resumes and answering student questions about coursework—as well as giving background about their own jobs at the…