I am not sure if this is the right place to be putting this but i dont see why not... I am trying to get a job at Apple. I want to work in one of their retail stores as a specialist (for now... and work my way up the ladder.) I have a lot of passion for Apple and i LOVE talking to people about Apple (hence, my account here on the forum.) I have applied and even stopped into the store a few times since (about a week and a half ago) to follow up and see how things are coming along. They said that they do a "hiring events". Whereas they bring in applicants every 6 weeks or so and introduce them to Apple. They will try to get to know u during this time and if they like u then they will ask u back for a one on one interview... after that, if they like u still, they will ask u back for another one on one interview (this one determining if u will get the job). The manager i talked to on Saturday said she would make sure the hiring manager knows i was here (for the third time) and also make sure that i get invited to the next event. Now i have come to understand that they tend to want people who are enthusiastic about Apple rather than people who know retail. You can teach retail but u cant teach passion... I have more passion about Apple than anyone that i know, personally. I watch the keynotes all the time (just cause i enjoy them) and i am CONSTANTLY talking to people about the possibilities of Apple. Is there anything else i should know or should be doing that would help ensure my employment?