------------ this her original mesage: ------------
From: kelley xxxxxxx Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 11:21 AM To: !Staff <Staff@xxxxxxx.org> Subject: Training Coordinator Position
I am interested in applying for the Training Coordinator position posted on your website. I have attached my resume and application for your review. I believe my education, ability to multi-task, my strong attention to detail and my excellent organizational skills are a few credentials that meet your requirements.
I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Trinity Washington University and currently pursing my Master’s degree in Public Administration at Bowie State University. .... blablabla
------------- so this what she wrote to my reply. she's definitely lying. -------------
2. "Go hard or go home... but don't be desperate or crazy" In response to Reply # 0
I think e-mailing staff borders on crazy-ish, but shit, i'd give the resume a look just out of curiosity, so maybe it's smart. If everything checked out I'd probably even bring her in for an interview.
Times are tough, especially for youngsters, so you gotta throw some hail marys from time to time. Standing in line and waiting your turn doesn't really work.
6. "I've only ever worked for friends or unopened restaurants" In response to Reply # 0
so effort has been minimal at all turns. with the two restaurants, I didn't know the owners, so I went hard to make sure I made it past cut day, but that was just performance, nothing to do with applying.
but yea, 85% of my jobs friends have been my co-workers, managers, etc., so "applying" through my first 27 years hasn't amounted to much more than "hey I'll do that."