Each year, the Sioux Falls Development Foundation awards scholarships to post-secondary students who have completed at least one year of higher education in business-related fields of study. Students chosen must be Sioux Falls area residents or pursuing a business degree in a Sioux Falls institution of higher education. The Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation administers the scholarship program for the Development Foundation each year.
This year’s winners are Sioux Falls native Tamara Jorgensen, a management major at the University of Sioux Falls, and Samuel Van Voorst, a Brandon native majoring in Health Services Administration at the University of South Dakota.
Congratulations to these exemplary students who have ambitions to become the South Dakota business leaders of tomorrow.
There is better training for our workforce in Sioux Falls. A multitude of options are available to meet businesses' needs at the postsecondary level including city programs, state grants, technical training, and a new $50 million scholarship program for technical school students.Read More