It's a big day at RIT today. Today is...drum roll, please...(suspense building)...Spring Career Fair!
Basically, as a busy, not motivated, second year student, I am not attending this exciting event. (This is one of those stupid things where I know I'm mkaing a mistake, but doing it anyway.) I have a list of lame excuses of why I am not going, including:
- I don't have anything to wear.
- I have class/work 8am-4pm and 7pm-8:30pm.
- Other people are better qualified.
- I don't really need a job anyway (To be honest, this is the lamest excuse of all because it is entirely untrue. However, I still catch myself trying to use it.)
Here's the honest truth:
- I am lazy.
- I'm pretty sure/a little afraid to confirm the thought that no one will hire me.
- I have little to no idea of what I am doing.
But who cares? On a side note; right now, people around me are talking about the theory that there are 10 dimensions. There are a lot of things I'll never understand (like String Theory), and it's ok. I don't know it would really matter if I did understand.
Srping Career Fair is a big deal (as it should be).
- It's a FAIR! And when are fairs not fun?
- All sorts of employers come to RIT in search of employees/interns.
- All sorts of students get jobs/co-ops.
- All sort of students can network and interview.
- I hear you can score all sorts of free stuff, like: pens, mousepads, pencils, candy, etc.
- Last, but definitely not least: All sorts of boys dress to impress and look darn spiffy in suits and ties and tucked in shirts.