Christian County CEO program fully underway with a new set of high-schoolers ready to take on new projects.
Each year, students create a class project and use the proceeds to fund their own individual business idea.
Averi Stephens and Kennedie Cearlock are from Taylorville High School and they wanted to participate so that they could grow.
Cearlock talked about how her sibling participated in the program and that’s part of how she started.
Stephens says that she was unsure at first.
Cearlock and Stephens talked about the class event coming up towards the end of November. The class hosts a banquet with live entertainment Nov. 20.
Stephens says that the CEO program has enhanced her public speaking skills.
Cearlock has enjoyed seeing different types of business.
Stephens and Cearlock appeared as guests on the WTIM Morning Show as part of the Christian County CEO program. Learn more at christiancountyceo.com