Cindy Yared and Amy Steurer recently opened Mom Corps Dallas, a home business that helps moms and dads looking to reenter the corporate world. Steurer, a stay-at-home mom for 18 years, decided to return to work when her oldest daughter entered high school. Yared, a working mom and former CBS Radio and Clear Channel Communications employee, wanted to broaden her horizons and challenge herself in a different domain. When Steurer proposed the idea of going into business together, Yared says she loved the idea because it spoke to her as an advocate for working moms. “We are fast and furiously getting the word out and accepting résumés from everybody,” Yared says. “We are not a traditional staffing firm. We don’t place clerical or receptionist positions; 85 percent of our database has a four-year degree, and almost 50 percent have a master’s or postgraduate degree.” Yared says the business, despite its name, is for men as well as women — 20 percent of incoming résumés have been from men, she says. Mom Corps has 14 franchises across the United States, and two Texas locations: Dallas and Austin.