A teacher in the USA named Jeffrey Scott Davis told his students to choose any Marvel character and write a resume and cover letter from that character’s point of view as an assignment.
The resume made by a student is going viral on internet and people are loving his response and sense of dedication. He wrote the resume by choosing Groot as the character and wrote ‘I am Groot’ against all the options including name, address, email ID, and qualifications. He filled the whole page with the same words all over.
If somehow you don’t know about Groot, let us give you an idea that Groot is a famous character from the Guardians of the Galaxy series and he only responds with ‘I am Groot’.
The teacher himself praised about this resume and shared about this on Facebook and Twitter. He wrote “Last week, my students had to pick a Marvel character to embody within a resume and cover letter. The idea that you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take lives within one particular student of mine,” on Facebook.
Davis even took to Twitter with a similar tweet.
My students had to pick a Marvel character to embody within a resume and cover letter. The idea that you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take lives within one particular student of mine. @RobertDowneyJr @prattprattpratt @vindiesel #iamwfisd #wfisdengineering @WFISD_CEC pic.twitter.com/7pddcxebsK
— Jeffrey Scott Davis M. Ed. (@ROBODAVISWFISD) May 8, 2018
The Facebook post has been shared over 188000 times and the tweet has been retweeted over 16,000 times. Twitter users are amazed with the presence of mind that this kid has. Check out some of the reactions from users on this:
This kid deserves an award
This kid deserves an award.
— Angel Snowflakes (@AngelCakeszee) May 9, 2018
Imagine all the scholar student going for complex characters like Tony or Steve
Can you imagine all the scholar student going for complex characters like Tony or Steve and then there is this the real genius.
— Suryanshi|Saw IW×2|☀️ (@Suryanshi_10) May 9, 2018
Ask him if Thor was his classmate
— Abdullmjeed Alhazmi 🇸🇦 (@abdullmjeed) May 10, 2018
But did you give him an “A+”
But did you give him an “A+” ? pic.twitter.com/DQ4eQiKxjY
— faded. (@impatient_glo) May 10, 2018
If you are wondering about the grades this student got, there is no need to worry as he wrote another post on Facebook regarding this.