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    Boeing  echo $newRAM;
    added Tue May 18 2004 at 11:15 PM
    Last night, I got an email from Boeing. Now, I've been receiving an average of one or two emails from Boeing every day, but most of them are either saying there's more jobs to apply for, or that jobs I"ve already applied for have been filled.

    This one was a bit different. He asked to set up a phone interview. Of course, I respond "yes." I'm unemployed, of *course* I'll interview with Boeing.

    So today at 12:30, I got a call from Seattle, Washington. I didn't hang up until 1:15. Fourty-five minutes. That was *extremely* intense, being under scrutiny over the phone for that long. Mom said that it's a good sign, though, that it was a long interview.

    One of the questions was to give three adjectives that people use to describe me. I totally froze on that one. I don't totally remember what I said, and I don't think I want to remember, either (convenient memory for sure). So, people.... let's here it. I wanna hear honest, real adjectives that people use to describe me. Leave them in the comments field whenever you read this.

    I think I did well overall, though. I'm sure that they're used to people not knowing the answers. I hope. And I didn't totally screw up all the answers. For example, I think I did really well on what my greatest achievement is (All-State Band), and a time that I went above and beyond (Mom's website). I never know what to say about teamwork. I'm not necessarily the world's best leader, and to be perfectly honest, I don't always enjoy working with teams. I think I do fine, but in all honesty my main experience is through school. Once again, I don't remember exactly what I said. I hope that it was honest, and I hope it was good.

    More finger crossing... I should find out within a week. Maybe I'll be moving up to Washington after all...