Finally, I got an email from Facebook. They're one of my top choices.
Project experience? I have none of that. But at least I can fill in some classes I've taken.
Applying for jobs just to get rejected is so defeating.
Richard spent the past 2 weeks applying for jobs in the tech industry. Finally, someone from Facebook reaches out to set up an interview.
He goes to the business section of the app and begins a search for a career coach in the tech industry. He fills in some information about his field, his past experience, and projects he has done (or lack thereof).
I'm doing well, how are you? That's great to hear, I'm so happy you are willing to take the time to help me out!
After anxiously awaiting any message from Facebook for two weeks, Richard finally receives a follow-up. Unfortunately, the email states that they are no longer considering him for the position.
And this here is your desk. Let me know if you have any questions!
Richard spent the rest of the interview day playing video games. On Wednesday, he once again feels motivated to get his life on track. He had heard about an app that may be able to help so he decides to download it and give it a try.
Richard is surprised at the app’s swiftness in providing him a list of potential people that could provide him occasional advice and guidance all over the country. Richard sends a message through the in-app messaging system to someone who works for Google and receives a response that evening asking if Sander can call him to help work on improving his portfolio.