Karen doesn’t offer services that she hasn't applied to her own success. For years she dreamed of having a career and not simply a 9 to 5. Her father’s words of encouragement made it difficult for her to settle for anything less than being a business owner herself. After a few hiccups, life events and doing a little of this and a little of that (her mother called her a jack of all trades – imagine that), she realized that every position she’d held had in some way, shape, form or fashion involved workforce development and assisting entrepreneurs in realizing their dreams. She was inspired to make that one career move she had only dreamed of and never talked about and applied the same principles to her own professional style. Thus, Triumph Resource Center was born. It hasn’t been smooth sailing, but every step brought new learning experiences and an understanding that perspective on any level, applied to any dream, just requires tenacity and accepting that evolution and vision go hand in hand. It's an intermingling that intensifies the desire to see, “what’s next.” And her father was right, there is fulfillment in working for yourself and not just being a dream chaser but being a light in someone else’s life." For Karen, every client is greeted with a smile and the phrase, "Let's visit your next."
Triumph Resource Center (TRC) designs and develops programs for talented individuals in a multiplicity of career statuses. Our programs assist in navigating and identifying your next career move. Individualized services and workshops support, equip and motivate clients to move toward achieving their career goals. Dedicated to improving community growth, quality of life, and promoting security through career and entrepreneurial development services, The Social Well-Being Program (SWBP) is another service of TRC providing opportunities for career success to returning citizens and communities with limited resources. Partner with us, 25% of all private client fees support TRC’s SWB Program.