Hey there folks, I'm a long time crawler of the MacRumors forums, but I never really got around to becoming an active member, so why not start now? Anyway, there are quite a few other threads asking the same overall question, but I never really seen a straight answer and those threads are rather old. I recently got an email from an Apple Recruiter inviting me to an Apple Hiring Seminar at a local hotel nearby. So I have a few basic questions about this: what can I expect?, what should I wear that is "business casual"? Also, I'm only 16 years of age. I applied for these positions a little over a month ago. I clearly stated in my cover letter that I'm only sixteen years old and to not put me through the interview process if it is a written rule to not have anyone under 18. Something like this only gets me excited but will make me very angry if I don't get the job as working at Apple is my dream job. It also clearly states in my resume that I am a Junior in High School. Could it be that they're making an exception? I do have previous inside sales experience, but very little outside. I started my working career when I was 15 with my first job working for an INC500 company from my own room. I now work at a datacenter facility (at 16 years of age) supporting servers with a variety of tiered clients. My interview is coming up, but I will not disclose the date, time, location, et cetera so any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!