Re: Should I apply?

Subject: Re: Should I apply?
From: Ginna Watts <gwatts -at- PIM -dot- BC -dot- CA>
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 1996 09:30:28 -0800

Nancy,

I agree with your friends and family. Also, bear in mind that the title
could be a lofty one. I would ask to hear more about the position, and then
tailor my resume. Obviously the alumni director knows your background - she
wouldn't have thought of you if she thought you had no chance. I think you
have absolutely nothing to lose, and everything to gain by throwing your
hat into the ring. Even if they decide you are not a perfect fit for this
job, then they know you, and will keep you in mind for further openings.
Go for it.

Ginna Watts | gwatts -at- pim -dot- bc -dot- ca
Pacific International Mapping Corp.
4218 Commerce Circle
Victoria, BC Canada V8Z 6N6
Tel (250) 727-0727 Fax (250) 727-3153
maps3d -at- pim -dot- bc -dot- ca


> My family, friends, and coworkers tell me to send in my resume. They keep
> telling me that I've got nothing to lose. But I think it would be more
> realistic to meet with the alumni director and explain to her
> that, while I'm not qualified for this position, I'd be VERY interested
in
> working for the chamber in a position more suited to my skills and
> experience. She obviously has some connections with the "hiring folks" at
> the chamber, and quite possibly with other places around the area in need
> of tech writers and communicators.


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