Class Act: MacArthur Senior Helps Set Up Student Run Store

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IRVING, TX — It’s never too early to be an intrepid entrepreneur, and that’s why Kimberly Collins is our Class Act of the Week, brought to you by Time Warner Cable.

Kimberly is a senior at MacArthur High and the president of the school’s DECA Organization, an association based around Marketing, Management and Entrepreneurship.

She was a huge part in putting together the school’s new spirit store: The Cardinal Claw, an all student-run enterprise.

And this project gave Kimberly and the students a taste in just how challenging it can be.

But, despite all that, she’s made a huge impact in how she’s been able to pull all this off  and has those around her confident in what she can do.

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