Students from the Harrison County Career Technical Center attended the ninth annual statewide kickoff of the Southern Entrepreneurship Symposium in Jackson. Students had an opportunity to engage in educational activities and hear from guest speakers and network with students from around the state. More than 330 students, teachers and guests attended. Harrison County CTC students from Julie Williamson's and Debbie Wilson's Fundamentals classes, front row: Hannah Vial, Hannah Levins, Hayley Smith, McKenzie Smith, TiYa Jaynes, Bobby Hudson, Myles Price, Megan Schwarz; Aaron King, Connor Stevens, Jenari Taylor, Jake Spain; second row: Aaliyah Ellis, Lindsey Lott, Kayla Cade, Olivia Mathis, Jourdan Carpenter, Tayla Capers, Skylarr Johnson, Kristyn Sisson, Hailey McCuien, Deja Dailey, Ziera Price, Savannah Crosby, Skylar Parkinson; third row: Kelsey Morgan, Mallorie Cantrelle, Kaitlin Hammond, Leah Sims, Jenihya Fairley, Allie Mejia, Jodee Koennan, Angel Adkins, Marissa Waltman, Jake Shepley, Hailey Barnett, Candace Ishee, Jaden Knight, Darby Parker, Shay Jordan, Alexis Benoit, Caitlyn Bowling and Abby Kilpatrick.
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