From bakers in Pittsburgh to a teacher in Charleston, people across the country are using technology to achieve their goals. Here are a few of their stories.
Rusty, Lynn, Justin and Payton created new opportunities in their hometown by teaching coal miners how to code.
Gina Thorsen takes her iconic midwestern brand to over 20 countries.
Ken McNulty helps family farms and factories reach cheese lovers nationwide.
Brian Barber found a way to keep growing his family’s century-old retail business.
Richard and Devin started building motorcycles with the help of local Amish craftsmen. As their business has grown, they’ve found a way to sell their bikes across the country.
Kevin Jefferson goes from bartender to full time IT professional with Goodwill’s help.
Nisha Blackwell found a way to turn salvaged fabric into handcrafted bowties and a growing business.
Jenny Doan turns a home-grown shop into the No.1 provider of precut quilting fabrics.
Suzanne Rust found a way to reach customers from all over the world as they were planning their trips to explore Alaska.
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