My stepson wants to get a job at Wal-Mart. I think it's an extraordinarily bad idea--he has enough trouble keeping up in school as it is, and his temper isn't going to cut it in the work world--but his parents are supporting the idea, so okay. The thing is, he won't get a positive response slouching around with his head down, staring at the floor and tossing out monosyllabic answers no matter what he's asked. So have any of you found good Web sites, maybe with videos featuring young people, that will show him some interviewing strategies? If he's going to do this, I'd rather not see him get shot down before he ever starts.
Oh, also, do you think it wuld be a good plan for him to put down his special education manager, or whatever the heck her title is, from school as a reference? I'm thinking someone ought to give the people at Wal-Mart a heads-up about his special needs, but maybe I'm off the mark here.
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