Harrisburg Medical Center is honored to be hosting the Saline County CEO program this fall. The Saline County CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) program is a partnership with the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship that teaches high school seniors how to start their own businesses. Students get to start their own business, attend trade shows, meet with key figures in our communities and receive a mentor from a local business. These mentors share advice and show these students how to be successful business leaders. Harrisburg Medical Center is proud to support this program that helps our youth achieve their dreams.
“It’s our privilege to work with these students.  It’s great to be able to see these kids develop and become future business leaders in our community.” Rodney Smith, President/CEO of Harrisburg Medical Center.
In Photo from Left: Rodney Smith HMC President/CEO, Alex Watkins – Harrisburg High School, Dalton Karns – Eldorado High School, Mattie McGowan – Eldorado High School, Sierra Floyd – Carrier Mills High School and Cindy Mitchell, Saline Co. CEO Facilitator.

Rodney Smith HMC President/CEO, Alex Watkins - Harrisburg High School, Dalton Karns - Eldorado High School, Mattie McGowan - Eldorado High School, Sierra Floyd - Carrier Mills High School and Cindy Mitchell, Saline Co. CEO Facilitator
Rodney Smith HMC President/CEO, Alex Watkins – Harrisburg High School, Dalton Karns – Eldorado High School, Mattie McGowan – Eldorado High School, Sierra Floyd – Carrier Mills High School and Cindy Mitchell, Saline Co. CEO Facilitator

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