Recently commenting “I have never given up trying to become a pharmacist, because of my dream,” Sterling has shown admirable persistence in pursuing this dream. A year ago, after graduating from high school, he took a “gap year” to study for the rigorous medical exam for students entering health sciences in Cambodia, while at the same time working to pay for his living expenses. His perseverance paid off. He has passed the medical exam and in February enrolled in Norton University’s Faculty of Health Sciences’ pharmacy program. This is a five-year program combining course work with clinical experience and requiring proficiency in French and English in addition to pharmacy studies. Pharmacists in Cambodia play an important role in the health of the community, and we are delighted to support Sterling’s ambition to serve his community in this way. Your donation in any amount will help us pay for Sterling’s tuition expense. Sponsors will receive photos and regular updates on his progress.