Character Name:Gweneth (Gwen) Wells
Orientation:bi-curious but more attracted to males.
Department: Anywhere and Everywhere she is needed.
Personality: Gwen is a goofball amongst friends, yet this is her first internship after college, so she is trying to be as serious and professional as possible, that is, until she trips on something or bursts out in laughter at a joke she just thought of.
Background:Gwen just got out of college at an average state school with a BS in Biomedical Sciences. She had gone into college, wanting to be a music major, yet found out quickly that there are somethings even the brightest professors cannot teach (namely herself).
Gewneth's Cover letter for the internship at the Corporation ((
Struck out words and passages include her thought process as she wrote this document
To Whom this may concern,
I heard you had an opening for an internship
by heard I mean I found your advertisement on craigslist
. I believe I would be an ideal candidate for this position
which is the same thing I said in my cover letters to McDonalds and Pizza Hut
. I have heard good things about the Corporation
Lies.. I have never heard of this 'Corporation'. Who the hell calls themselves the 'Corporation'?!?
and I feel I could benefit greatly from working with you.
What I need is the money. Please let this job be above minimum wage!
First here is a little bit about me, and why I would be the ideal intern. I obtained by BS in Biomedical Sciences from
Oh shit, my college isn't fancy enough... Maybe I shouldn't list it..
my university, while maintaining a high GPA,
Anything above a 2.0 is high, right?
and participating in many of the University's activities
getting drunk with friends, streaking across campus in the middle of the night, hiding from the campus police...
. I am a hard working
and hard playing
individual who has excelled at my previous jobs. I was a preschool assistant for a few years, teaching me patience and how to work with unruly children
and how to not swear at them
and I also worked at Bill the Butcher's shop, which taught me the importance of precision and an tolerance for blood and tissues
not to mention how to use giant knives
I hope you will consider taking me on as an intern.
Thank you for your time,