GE is Searching for the ‘Great American Grandma’
Is your grandma awesome? I only ask because one of the biggest corporations in the world is only looking for the best of the best. Does your Gam-Gam have what it takes to be the Great American Grandma?
I know what you're thinking - I'm not signing my Nana up to fight with the Avengers! I get it - it sounds like a elderly superhero name. It totally is, but that sweet old lady that writes you a $5 check for your birthday won't have to fight off any alien/robot invasions (probably). GE is looking for an honest-to-goodness, homemade-gravy-making, life-advice-giving grandmother to work for them.
The appliance and electronics giant wants to hire one special granny, part-time, for one year. They are specifically looking for an experienced grandmother who can cook delicious meals without a cookbook, and flash that reassuring and loving smile at the same time - the grand-magic, if you will. The job starts on March 1st of this year, lasts exactly one year, and should clock in somewhere around 15 hours a week. What does Mawmaw get out of the deal? Besides getting to flout the title of Great American Grandma around to the lesser grannies at her quilting club - she'll get $50,000 and lots of brand-spankin' new GE appliances for the kitchen (aka Abuela's lair).
No resume needed, just set your Oma up to record a video submission. Or you can do it on her behalf. Upload your video and find out more by clicking here!