Learning to Serve
Blake contacted several companies and was able to schedule interviews with three organizations he hadn’t pursued previously. He felt the interviews went well. One of the three firms offered him a job on the spot. The second sent him a letter thanking him for his interest and letting him know that the job had been filled by another candidate who more closely fitted their needs. The third invited him back for another interview.
Two out of three wasn’t a bad average. His top-rated university, combined with above-average academics and social skills, made him a young man most companies would welcome to the team. He was pleased.
He asked the first company for a little more time to make a decision. The second interview turned into ...