Ryan Lowry has autism and desires future employers to know that whereas he might be taught another way, he’s value taking an opportunity on.
“I understand that somebody like you’ll have to take an opportunity on me, I do not be taught like typical folks do,” Lowry wrote within the letter. “I would wish a mentor to show me, however I be taught rapidly, when you clarify it, I get it. I promise that if you happen to rent me and educate me, you will be glad that you simply did. I’ll present up daily, do what you inform me to do, and work actually arduous.”
Lowry, who just lately celebrated his twentieth birthday, is about to finish a post-graduate highschool program for particular wants kids.
“He was going to do it on his pc and his youthful brother thought, ‘Why do not you write it?” mentioned Ryan’s father, Rob Lowry.
His father mentioned they thought posting the letter on LinkedIn could be simpler than sending it within the mail.
The letter struck a chord with employers and job seekers alike on LinkedIn.
Ryan Lowry has acquired hundreds of feedback, connections, potential mentors and even job presents, his father mentioned.
Ryan Lowry is now busy getting his resume and portfolio collectively. And he’s assured he’ll discover his subsequent profession alternative, his mom, Tracy Lowry, mentioned.
“I am in awe and by no means thought this may occur over one written letter,” mentioned Tracy Lowry. “I am overwhelmed with pleasure for Ryan and for it opening a complete matter of dialog amongst employers to serving to … folks aside from Ryan.”