The Christian County C-E-O, or "Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities" program, held its student orientation meeting for the coming school year Thursday night at Charro Mexican Restaurant in Taylorville.
Around 25 students, parents, and C-E-O board members attended the night which featured an overview of the Christian County C-E-O program from board member Randal J. Miller, and specifics on what's expected of the students that were accepted into the program, from facilitator Neil Hohenstein.
After the presentation, Hohenstein summarized what he told the Class of 2023 C-E-O students Thursday night.
This is Hohenstein's first full school year as C-E-O facilitator, taking over from founding facilitator Dick Adams who retired in mid-November when Hohenstein took the reins. Hohenstein said Adams set up the program for success.
Find more about the Christian County C-E-O program by clicking here.