South Carolina teen completes his MBA at age 14
In the crowd of caps and gowns and newly crowned graduates, you can find 15-year-old Kamal Yerra from Fort Mill, South Carolina.
in the crowd of caps and gowns and newly crowned college graduates. Come on, a kid from Fort Mill and we do mean kid. I'm 15 Comolli era 15 now, but was 13 the day he graduated from college. At 14 he completed his master's this master of science and now at 15 1st semester, all past second, all past days away from receiving his MBA. That's not what the average kid does. Okay, quietly unassuming and a little shy, But Kamal has come a long way since he was the middle schooler with a secret in the back of a high school classroom common with an extremely average guy until 10 years, you know, he was doing all other average kid, and everything is fine and suddenly changed. That changed the years, say stemmed from brotherly love and a little sibling rivalry. They wanted to push their limits and move forward. Kamel's brother, just one year older. It was his idea to graduate from college as early as he could. Kamal followed in his brother's footsteps. The both did together on both finished the bachelor degree at the same time, Camels Family now believes he's the third youngest child in the entire United States to earn a master's degree. Kamal, let us in on his three keys to success. Study hard, be disciplined and go past your limits. And, as you would expect, those limits set high for Kemal. Ask him where he wants to be in five years at the ripe old age of 20. I see on myself being the CEO of my company based on what he's done so far. Believe him. I don't know how to define I. I'm proud in Fort Mill, Tanya Mendez, WCNC Charlotte.