Illuminating notes from a couple of people I interviewed
or reviewed or met in Philadelphia DIFFERENTIATE
them from every one else who I met.
Even further, those who develop a win-win common
project do much better. This further differentiates
them from the more than a hundred people I met at
the ACS national meeting.
This is part of the interviewing continuum that job
seekers should have foremost in their minds. The
interview is not just the one time screening interview
combined with an on-site interview. It is much more
as the linked article on the topic describes.
It was wonderful seeing you at ACS and thank you for your support at
AEI. I talked to several hiring institutions, and they showed
interested and encouraged me to apply. I will keep you updated. Thanks
again for commenting on my materials and passing it to Louis
Kirschenbaum. It was my delight to meet him at AEI.
I hope you have had a great meeting at Philadelphia. It was
a great pleasure meeting you again. Thanks for all your
advices, those are very helpful. I still remember our first
conversation when you recommended toastmaster to me.
I could see I have improved a lot since then.
I will keep updating you on my progress. One day, I hope
to volunteer like you and guide next generation chemists.
Thanks for you help.
BE CAREFUL ABOUT WORDING!
(Although it would be overlooked in this one situation.)
It was a pleasure being introduced to you at the
wine tasting reception at the Philadelphia ACS
I hope you enjoyed the technical and networking
opportunities and look forward to being connected
in Linkedin and meeting again at future meetings.
Daniel J. Eustace
Adjunct, University of Connecticut
Retired, ExxonMobil and Polaroid Corps.
ACS Career Consultant and Workshop Presenter