How I Got My Job as an Administrative Assistant – Bill Green
In this episode of How I Got My Job (mp3, 13:37, 33.4 MB), Bill Green shares how he got a job as an Administrative Assistant/IT Manager at Kids Voting Dayton, a non-profit organization in Dayton, Ohio. His story illustrates well how volunteer experience and adaptability can lead to job-hunting success.
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Bill is wiser than his years. In his senior year of high school, he was hired on as an Administrative Assistant/IT Manager at Kids Voting Dayton. He often calls his role there as Silly Putty because he’s worked to fill in the gaps where there has been a need. You can find out more about Bill at http://www.kilodelta.com and follow him on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/kilodelta.
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