Christian County CEO students stopped by Miller Media Group radio stations at 918 East Park Street Wednesday morning.
CEO, or Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities, immerses students in real-life experiences with an opportunity to take risks, manage the results, and learn from the outcome.
Only about six weeks in, students are still gauging what business they want to create.
CEO member Johnathan Scott created a woodworking business during the pandemic. He says he’s shifting away from that now to focus on detailing worn farm equipment to look brand new.
Fellow CEO Member Sophia Robinson is heavily involved with Tommy TV. She’s not sure what she wants to do, yet.
Brian Short, who is President of the student council, wants to create stuff. He’s not exactly sure what yet.
Superintendent of Taylorville School District Dr. Chris Dougherty adores the CEO program and the students who participate.
Learn more about the Christian County CEO program when you visit christianccountyceo.com.