Employment Objective: To obtain a full time job as a computer programmer…
Who taught me how to write a resume back then?Â The funny thing is that I think this resume got me the job at US Sprint. Â But what I find best about this is that even with only one related job listed and basically only a High School diploma the resume is still 2 pages. You have to check out page two because there’s some golden stuff back there…
I was 20 years old, 6′-2″, and – wait for it – 130 lbs. But of course in “good health”. Same height that I am now (of course) but 55 pounds lighter – and in good health. Â I’m not sure why I thought it important to put any of that personal information on there. Â I guess I was trying to fill out the very important 2nd page.
Looking at page 2 I’m sure this was my US Sprint resume because of the “Telecommunications Experience” that I listed. Â I was the Sysop of our local BBS. Â Wow!
I also see here that I had a submission pending in STart magazine. I don’t remember every being published in STart magazine so there might be a rejection letter floating around somewhere.
Oh, and who the heck is Max Jester? Â He must have been a friend from KTI. Â A few years earlier I was caught hacking at Marymount College but that’s a different story. Â (oh.. just found max on LinkedIn)
4 thoughts on “Great Candidate to Consider”
That is classic. I think the experience at Humpty Dumpty probably put you over the top.
Why did you hide the address and phone number??
My parents owned the Humpty Dumpty Preschool and Day Care.
You know I almost left all of the address and phone numbers. I mean they’re all old anyway. Think I should un-hide them?
He hid the contact information because he doesn’t want IT Recruiter’s knocking down the current resident’s door- desperate to hire such a Gem! Surely, a man with these qualifications never made it out of Salina.
Love the personal info section…
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