The good news is, my interview with Taco Bell/KFC went well. The manager I talked to said I'm at the top of the list for when they start hiring! The less good news is that she can't hire me until the summer... She said she'd talked to the office about me, about how I've been checking in, but they told her not to hire anyone yet. But when they start hiring, it'll be a part-time cashier job, which I am okay with. She said I'm in, which is great. She said she'll give me a call when they start hiring. Yes!
And what's more, I got a call from the school district I applied to, because someone I know who was a teacher's aid when I was in high school said they're always looking for subs. Anyway, when I got the call, they said there's openings for special ed subs. I'm pretty sure I applied for being a teacher's aid, which I'm guessing is what I'd be subbing for when the regular teacher's aids are absent for whatever reason. So now I'm scheduled to take the proficiency test on Tuesday. If that goes well, I just might have a few checks before the Taco Bell/KFC job starts.
So yeah, things are finally starting to look up in the job department. Yay!
Being a part-time cashier at Taco Bell/KFC, and a special ed sub. I did said I'd work two jobs if I could, and it looks like that just might be the case if all goes well.
The only question left is, will I start getting paid before Fanime? I'd be okay with missing Fanime if it means having a job before the next con. There's always SacAnime Summer. And possibly Yaoi-Con!
I've always wanted to go to Yaoi-Con, and since it's coming back to San Francisco, I just might be able to go this year, since I'll likely have the job/s by then.
Also I plan on dying my hair again, but this time a simpler color, like black, possibly with some red. Mom suggested I do something like that before the proficiency test, so that I appear more professional. Black is definitely more professional than blonde with faded blue and brown roots...
Yep. Things are finally looking up. All that persistence is finally starting to pay off.