It was a snowy afternoon in downtown Philadelphia. The cold wind blowing through the urban canyons forced the would be shoppers in doors. In the corner of a coffee shop on Chestnut street, Mark sat safely nestled in a booth.
He took a sip and muttered to himself, "how does one summarize a lifetime of experience?" He had spent years in college, eventually achieving a dual bachelors degree in Biology and German Literature. This piece of paper represented years of work, but lacked substantive experience.
Perhaps it would be wise to mention that he was a graduate student in immunology. He shook his head. Few people truly understood that immunology was the study of the immune system. How could he explain to them that this meant he was working on developing cures for cancer as well as other diseases. Would that even support his claim to be an expert on the sciences?
He sighed an took another sip of his coffee. Perhaps it didn't matter after all. Perhaps the editors would read his work and know that he would be an asset to their site. After all, he was a dedicated worker.