No.

Dearest potential applicant:

In our eight year history we’ve never brought on a single intern nor employee who started their cover letter with “Dear Sirs” or “To Whom it May Concern,” and then perhaps followed it with body copy that could just as well introduce someone trying to break into the laundromat business, or maybe rocket science.

The unofficial policy doesn’t hit home for you? Consider what it would be like if a purportedly reputable organization was staffed by people so lazy that instead of taking the time to understand and address each applicant individually, they just posted a blanket rejection statement on their blog and left it at that.

One Response to “No.”

  1. Sidney Peck says:

    To Whom it may concern: KIDDING! :-D

    Seriously though, I’m enthusiastically clapping and yelling: “Bravo! Bravo!”

    Thank you very much for the follow on Twitter @CinemaProfound. Now that I’ve paid a visit here, I’ll happily return the nod.

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