Dear journally bloggy type thingy,
I've applied for a full time job at a youth organisation in my area. There's nothing wrong with my current part time job, but I'm starting to feel that I could be doing so much more, which is why I'm looking for full time now. Not only would it be terrific for my career, but I'd also have much more money, which I really need right now too.
Good news is, after handing in my application last week, I've been short listed for an interview on Tuesday, and an informant on the inside has told me that I've done really well as some people who already work in the building have been turned down. I'm so excited!
Only problem is, it's a two part interview. The first part is at 1pm, and I have to sit in front of a panel and do a 10 minute presentation on the challenges that young people face in their community. While this seems easy enough, I'm struggling to come up with anything productive. In the letter, they've said that they provide white board and power point for presentations, but I'm free to use 'Hand out cards' if I want, which means they're expecting a full presentation with hand outs and everything. What the hell am I going to do?? I've even asked the young people what challenges they feel they face daily, but they weren't much help.
I'm having a panic attack!!! LOL! Just kidding.
The second part of my interview is at 5:30pm and I'm going to be interviewed by a group of young people. I'm not sure what to expect from that so i'm not worrying as much....but the panel's gonna be a bitch!! lol! I keep going over it in my head over and over again, and it's a disaster everytime!
Any suggestions?? Please help me...S.O.S....Distress call...I'm on my hands and knees here..lol!