TEMPLE, Texas – While the pandemic ended the hiring of many college graduates last spring, it certainly hasn’t stopped a local woman from pursuing her dream of becoming a business owner.
It all started with Mary Senese simply selling edible cookie dough to friends and family – but after many companies froze their hiring process in March, she decided to start her own business. Senese graduated from college in December 2019 – and like many college graduates, she began her job search.
“I got a business degree in management and knew I wanted to one day get into entrepreneurship, but thought it would be years in the future,” says Mary Senese, owner of Dough Re Mi Cookie Dough .
When COVID-19 triggered a hiring freeze in March, Mary made big decisions about how to proceed.
“I started selling cookie dough to my family and friends just to earn a little more money while I applied for a job. Then in March, I was offered a …
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