My interview

It went great. It was the most informal interview I’ve ever been to! And guess what? There were 8 people interviewing us all, and out of that 8, I got my supervisor, that is supervising my volunteering on tuesdays at the cork city partnership! She interviewed me! So I felt so comfortable. At least I knew her! The other woman that interviewed me was nice too. They asked me to tell them about myself. So I told them about my hobbies, and stuff. And it turns out the other lady was into making jewelery also! They asked me about my involvement in community work and in volunteering. I have an extensive volunteering history so I had a lot to say about that. They asked me about my involvement in drugs and alcohol, was I involved in anything to do with addictions now, i said I volunteer in shine with people who have dual diagnosis both mental health and addiction. They talked to me about the course, asking me if I felt I’d struggle with the assignments, if I had any questions for them. I said no I didnt have any, that I didnt think I’d struggle as I have done many assignment in the past.
They said they’d let me know in a couple of days, I told them to email me with my results. But I am feeling positive about it.

Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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