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    Student sells fish to fulfill dream of becoming a teacher

    MANILA, Philippines – A student sells fish to fulfill his dream of becoming a teacher as he refuses to give up, no matter how hard things have been. His determination impressed a lot of people, with netizens saying that this young man is a great example for other students out there.
    Student sells fish to fulfill dream of becoming a teacher

    Kevin Gayoso, 27, is a first year student at the University of St. La Salle run by the De La Salle Brothers in Bacolod City, central Philippines. To support himself, Kevin does a variety of odd jobs, including selling fish and being an online English tutor.

    Student sells fish to fulfill dream of becoming a teacher
    Photo credit: Kevin Gayoso / Facebook

    This young student is so determined to finish his studies to become a Sports Teacher that he does not mind working hard to sell fish in the streets, even if this can be such a smelly, difficult job.

    In a post on his Facebook account, Kevin invites his social media friends to support him in his studies by buying fish at their makeshift shop outside Mejar Apartment beside Cokin Building and in front of Bacolod City National High School.

    The young man takes pride of the fish they are selling, with the catch coming from his hometown of Escalante City, located 2 hours away from Bacolod City. A number of netizens responded, saying that they are willing to support him by buying his fish.

    But because he sells in Bacolod City, a lot of netizens can’t buy fish from him as they live far away. Thus, many are simply praying for his success in life. A lot praised this young man for his determination to earn money to support himself in school.

    Student sells fish to fulfill dream of becoming a teacher
    Photo credit: Kevin Gayoso / Facebook

    What’s so great about Kevin is that he’s not just supporting himself but also his family back in Escalante City. In another post on Facebook, he promised a new cellphone for his younger brother so he could use it for online school.

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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