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Many university students feel hopeless toward their career life, since most jobs require at least up to two years of professional experience.
Mr. Noun Nim, currently lives in Tomnop commune, Bateay district, Kompong Cham province, has continued his upper education in Kompong Cham town and lived in Pagoda instead. This is the first time that he came to the town for study and felt a bit curious at the same time as he has no friend and relative there. He said he could not afford the accommodation and school fee as his family was poor and he had to live under the support from the monks.
He sometimes left the class early, since he had to accompany the monks. After three months, he was introduced to attend the seminar called Advanced Democracy Seminar training organized by YCC Kompong Cham. After the completion of the training, he was recruited as the YCC youth network, which enabled him to make friends and know many people from different communes. He have been involving most of projects and activities organized by YCC such as petition, fundraising, road maintenance, attending monthly commune council meeting, and voter registration and verification.
Mr. Noun Nim, Vice School Principal of Ou Mlu High School
Based on this voluntary work, it did motivate him to study harder and work at the same time. For the past four years with hard and industrious work, he has changed his life by becoming a state teacher and vice school principal of Ou Mlu high school at the moment. Since 2010, he has been recruited as the district program officer for IBECP project by Kampuchea Action for Primary Education (KAPE) in addition to his professional work as vice school principal. “If you try hard in your life, you will be able to create chances of success.Everyone should have specific goals and action plans as well as confident as one puts it, the great fear of success is having no self confident”, said Noun Nim.