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Thousands of teen 'CEOs' converge in Rock Hill for lesson on local STEM careers

Nearly 5,000 middle school teenagers gathered at the Winthrop Coliseum Tuesday for Teen CEO Day to learn about companies and agencies in York, Chester and Lancaster counties that offer STEM, or science, technology, engineering and math careers. The eighth graders asked representatives from dozens of businesses questions about the careers as part of a school project.
By Tracy Kimball