January 14, 2003

Good things come in little e-mails...

So, I decided last weekend to start looking for a new job. In my free time that I had yesterday, which was maybe 10-15 minutes of free time, I looked on the Entertainmentcareers.net job board. From there, I found a job for Transcontinental Talent Agency... looking for Talent Scouts.... and hell, I know how to identify talent, being in the business for so long. So, I thought.... might as well.

I filled out their short application and attached my recently updated resume. And GUESS WHAT.....

I got an e-mail this morning from the Assistant Director of Scouting! Wo-hoooooo!!

AND my friend, James hooked me up with a friend of his who works for Conde Naste Traveler magazine. I spoke with her last night. Apparently, there is a position available as some sort of Assistant for Allure and Teen People. Sounds good to me. She is forwarding my resume to the powers that be over there.

Keep your fingers crossed for me!

Posted by Jenny at January 14, 2003 07:26 AM

Wheee! New job for Jenn!

Posted by: Keith on January 14, 2003 04:50 PM

fingers firmly crossed.

Posted by: james on January 15, 2003 02:57 PM

Dear Jenny:

I strongly advise that you type "Transcontinental Talent" into Google.com, and read all 10 listings that come up. I don't think you want to work for this company.

Posted by: Anonymous on January 23, 2003 09:22 PM

Dear Jenny or whomever else might read this note,
During some research about this company, I have come across a number of notices regarding the disreputable practices of their disreputable practices. I myself applied and received an e-mail the very next day to attend an all day interview. Luckily for me, at the time, I was unable to attend an all day anything. So for anyone who comes across these job ads, masqueraded under e-talent, transcontinental talent scout, or more recently on monster.com, as wilheimina Talent, ignore it and save some of your free time.

Posted by: Anon on April 7, 2003 02:01 PM

Good job

Posted by: teen people on November 14, 2005 10:04 AM
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