You want an internship? You want a union? Go, fetch! Kidding. Because you can’t have either of those. I have a resumé but some of these seem to be the only jobs I’m qualified for, at best. Here’s the roster.Continue reading
We like to stay pretty competitive here at The Thrill, and a Blog Off is one way we can definitively prove that one of us is objectively a better blogger (dare we say, a better person). So we leave it to you, the reader, to decide in a blind taste test who is really better as we square off on various topics.
This week, Matt Delbridge ’16 and Joe Barden ’15 tackle a much contended topic: the personal sounding emails from the CDO. A little creepy? Maybe. Pleasant, life affirming and effective? Most definitely. Which side will prevail? Only you can decide. Continue reading
Hand jobs and the dude named Job in the bible. These are two types of jobs the CDO will never find you. But hey, one of them probably never existed. Which one very likely depends upon the quality of your sex life. Regardless, whether you’re graduating this year or just looking for some summer employment, you should expect that the CDO will not find you the following varieties of employment:
1. Sperm donor. With minimal degree requirements, applicants are merely expected to have a firm grip and quick hands for this entry-level job to go just swimmingly. Many recent grads have commented, “It semens to me that if this doesn’t scream ‘Symplicity’, I don’t know what the CDO is into these days.” Continue reading
It’s no secret that the CDO can be an über unattainable idea of a place. What do they do? Who are they? Why does Scott Layson call himself the CDOgre? Why are his emails so freaking sneaky? Well, I can’t answer the ones about Scott Layson being the biggest trickster in my life but The Thrill IS here to explain how to make the best out of your visit to the CDO so that you can go on to the career or grad school of your tiny dreams.
It’s time to get those final internship applications and get employed, Kenyon. Why don’t you spend some time in the CDO (or finishing that final cover letter in bed)?
- “If you’re gonna get a job, you’ve gotta put more effort in.” Continue reading