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Tomorrow, between class in the morning and the Write Group in the evening, I’ll attend what the school is calling a “job fair,” but is supposed to be rather less mechanized and more network-y. We’ll see. Naturally, I need to attend—I’ll be looking for employment next year. But I have a greater need than that.

I hate, hate, hate selling myself: job interviews, job fairs, networking, cover letters, letters of interest, anything that involves a resume, application, or business cards. Hate it. This was true back when I was a valedictorian going to MIT; it’s harder now that I’m just some guy. Which means I can use the practice, like it or not.

I’m printing my unnervingly thin resume now. Wish me luck.

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