I want to be a scholarship consultant

I want to be a scholarship consultant

Lay Sounin, 22, tells that he wants to work as a scholarship consultant.

Recently, Sounin has been a teaching assistant at HOPE International School and a teacher at Newton Thilay School. His motivations to be the scholarship consultant are to help the youth to find scholarship opportunities and to meet with many people.

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“I want to be a scholarship consultant because I want to help the next generations to get a chance to win scholarships,” said Sounin, “I want to be able to provide clear information so that they can find the exact right scholarship for them.”

“Since I was young, my dream job was to be a consultant. I like giving advice to people in need,” Sounin said. “And I think Cambodia needs many qualified consultants.”

Therefore, what should Sounin focus on in order to become a qualified scholarship consultant?

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