The Christian County CEO program is in it's third year, and this year's class is settling into the program, and beginning to learn from various entrepreneurs in the area. The class offers area students the opportunity to network, and learn valuable skills in a non-traditional learning environment.
Several of the students in the Christian County CEO Program appeared as guests on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show, to discuss their time in the CEO program so far. One of those students, Reese Bergschneider says he feels what he learns in the CEO program will be more useful to him than what he might learn in a traditional classroom setting.
Taylorville High School Senior Jordan Moats says he decided to get involved with the CEO program from a friend, and fellow CEO student Kyle Woods.
To learn more about the Christian County CEO program, visit ChristianCountyCEO.com.