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Gardner-Webb University’s Godbold School of Business recently completed another highly successful B.E.S.T. (Bringing Executives and Students Together) Program, as Cleveland County area high school students gathered on campus for three days to participate in an opportunity to learn from professional entrepreneurs and other community leaders at no cost to them. The 8th annual B.E.S.T. Program was once again tailored to educate, encourage, empower, and energize rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. The event included a number of workshops on business, finance, and marketing and included a visit from Cleveland County (N.C.) Commissioners Susan Allen, Jason Falls, and Johnny Hutchins, along with county clerk Kerri Melton.
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Office of University Communications, "B.E.S.T. Program Provides High School Students a Chance to Partner with Business Leaders" (2013). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1642.