Good morning! Thank you so much for taking the time to interview me for this position. I’ve been following this company for a long time and getting the opportunity to intern for you would be a dream. How long have I been interested in coyote husbandry? Well, as long as I can remember.
It’s sort of a lifelong passion if I have to explain it. Ever since I was a little kid, my family had a Sunday ritual of like…going out into the wild and umm… I guess just staging circumstances for male and female coyotes to meet? It was also kind of a bonding thing for me and my dad, since he’s been, you know, hangin’ with the coyotes forever. So, yeah, it’s just always been an important part of my life.
When did I know I wanted to pursue it professionally? Uhhhhhhhhh well, as I said, it’s kind of a family tradition. Obviously, I’m from New York City, so not exactly known for our coyotes, but we make do. How? Well, you know, we umm… we had a dog, and it’s not, like, the same at all as the big leagues, but it was good training, and I think I’ll be an excellent addition to the team in that regard.
Where do I see myself in five years? Well, I’m not quite sure just yet, but I can safely say my interests lie in the aggressive reproduction of large canines in a contained setting. My resume? Well, it might be hard to see now, but I think my background in film development and production will actually be an asset to your company. An outsider’s perspective is always what a company needs to shake things up, I think.
Basically, I really think your company’s mission and my personal ethos could not be more aligned. I can best be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org