If Jason Yoder were on a desert island and could only take one item with him, he’d bring a Frisbee. Luckily, the 2008 Goshen College graduate and doctoral student at Indiana University Bloomington somehow finds ample time to play with flying discs as a member of the Indianapolis AlleyCats, a professional Ultimate team that formed in 2012.
Thanks to James Gingerich’s leadership, the health center is guided by its mission and its stories. It was through storytelling that the people who cared about the center came to realize that in most of the iconic stories important to the center, when people focused on needs, needs multiplied. When they focused on assets, assets multiplied.
I felt that the culture and heritage at Goshen College would be very rich. I really liked that so I decided to go to school there and study computer science. My parents did not pay for school, so I had to be enterprising and start businesses to pay for tuition. I did everything from selling kitchen knives to delivering pizza. Ultimately, I had a startup in my senior year of college which I was able to sell when I graduated.