A 7 year Old Applied to Google by Writing a Letter to CEO Sundar Pichai
She swims, she is sharp, she is good at sum and reading and like computer too, who is she? Hint: She want to make Google as her workplace. Yes she is a 7 year old UK origin girl named Chloe Bridgewater. A girl who is barely out of kindergarten have wrote latter to search giant Google’s CEO Mr. Sundar Pichai to get a job in Google. And who would now that after receiving that letter he would respond to that personally.
“My name is Chloe and when I am bigger I would like a job at Google,” wrote by Chloe in her letter to ‘Google Boss’. This little girl also said “My dad said he will get me a computer one day.” She is really an inspiration to all the kid who are lost in with the technology. Use technology, it is good, but becoming addicted to it is bad.
‘Google Boss’ sent her a personal reply by sending back a letter and encouraging her for her future. He wrote “I’m glad that you like computers and robots, and hope that you will continue to learn about technology.
At first she was inspired by her father to work in Google when she asked her father that what is the ideal place for work and he replied ‘Oh Google is would be nice place to work.’ After that day to writing the letter and the day she received letter from Mr. Pichai personally she is nor more enthusiastic than ever to work in Google.
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