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Post by IAMTHEMAN on Tue May 22, 2018 11:54 am

Staff Application Tips

Hello, I will be running through some critical information to help yourself get accepted. This is for people who are thinking about applying.
If your application is denied, wait at least two weeks before submitting another application. This will allow you time to improve yourself and your application. If your application is accepted, wait for further instructions.

Below, you will find a list of things you need to include in your application if you want to stand out from other applicants:

| Diction
Utilizing larger words, or words that sound professional will make you sound more mature and knowledgeable.

| Organization
Organizing your application in a way that is easy to follow is one of the key components when writing an application. Unorganized applications are incredibly difficult to comprehend, which will result in a denial.

| Grammar
You want to maintain excellent, consistent grammar throughout your application. Inconsistency can raise red flags. For example, do not Capitalize Every Word Of Your Application. Write it as if it was an English essay for school. Only capitalize what needs to be capitalized and be sure to use commas and periods effectively and appropriately.

Below, you can find a list of aspects of your application that you can choose to add.
They are not necessary, but in moderation, they can greatly improve your application.

| Jokes
Choosing to incorporate a joke in your application can benefit you. It makes you seem friendly and approachable, which is a quality that staff members should have. However, adding in too many jokes can make you seem unprofessional, and we want professional staff.

Below, you will find a list of things you should avoid when writing your application.

| Colors
While colors can make a long application more fun to read, an application is a serious submission and should be taken seriously.

| Contractions
It doesn’t seem like a huge deal to include contractions in your application because they’re a part of proper English. However, some contractions can kill the flow of your application. In some cases, a contraction fits nicely with the surrounding context. However, if it sounds better to separate “I’d” to “I would” then do so.

| Irrelevant Information
This ties along with “Over-Explaining” which can be read about below. Anyways, you should refrain from adding in information that isn’t relevant to proving your capabilities as staff.

| Slang
You should never use slang in a formal staff application. Words such as “kinda” and “lol” or other English slang should be excluded completely from your application.

| Rushing
Take your time with it and answer the questions thoroughly and to the best of your ability. Rushing through your application is very noticeable to the Recruitment team

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