- 3 years ago
I’m a recently unemployed bee and I’m getting used to the whole applying for jobs process again, and I know how to write a cover letter and make myself sound good, but I’m not sure what to do in this particular situation.
I filled out an online application last night for a studio that has a local office near me, and they require you to send a link to your portfolio via e-mail separate from the application. I filled out the application on their website and sent it in no problem. But, after two tries to send my portfolio to the e-mail they provided, it kicked back both times. I made my online portfolio more accessible with a link in my uploaded resume and even uploaded a few work samples with another link to my website, but I’m worried I’ll still get disqualified from consideration because I didn’t technically follow the instructions.
Should I contact the company to let them know their e-mail doesn’t work? How would I do that? Or is that something that would seem too aggressive?