Monday, June 23, 2008

no news is no news

I suppose one of the bad things about having a meeting instead of a job interview is that there really isn't much expectation of hearing anything back. I spent a lot of the weekend keyed up and nervous about trying to land a job that I really, really want, and now I have nothing to say one way or the other, except that I heard rather a lot about the individual projects I could potentially be involved in, and they are really cool, though they are mostly just skeletons of plans right now. Big, creative projects. I never feel great coming out of job interviews - either I'm paranoid, or I'm right that I often seem off-putting as a first impression - and now I just feel heartsick, because I really do want this job in a way that you can't be excited about, oh, a call center job (hello, CIBC call center information session at six this evening), and I still feel like I came across poorly. I won't even find out any time soon - no one is getting hired for another month or so because there is federal-level funding paperwork to be figured out still.
I did spend the morning at the office getting things ready for the festival, which is an odd feeling, doing it all over again. It's good to be busy.


Blogger dp said...

blah, sounds painful. Keep your head up and continue on. CIBC call center is a start, just in case. Its money in the interm... thinkin about ya. Good things will come...

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