Any information you could ever want is accessible from your smartphone or laptop. Just type in the search engine and chances are you will find what you are looking for. The Internet has transformed our lives and how our children grow up.
We live in a world of rapidly developing technology. It's as if children today are born knowing how to Google search. And one little girl from the U.K. doesn't just want to surf the web, she wants to work for it.
It's not unusual for a young child to have ambitions to grow up to be a princess or a superhero, but seven-year-old Chloe Bridgewater from the U.K. has something quite different in mind. She's thinking tech, and she isn't afraid to go after what she wants.
Who could really blame this girl for wanting to work for one of the largest tech companies in the world? With office slides and bean bag chairs, Silicon Valley is a pretty cool place to work. Bridgewater realized Google sounds like the place to be.
5. Bridgewater Was Inspired After Asking Her Dad A Simple Question
One day Bridgewater asked her father Andy what he would want to do for work if he wasn't a refrigerator parts salesman. He told her that Google looked like a pretty cool company to work for, and he showed her pictures of the hip offices in Silicon Valley. Bridgewater was sold on the idea.
6. The Young Girl Decided To Take Matters Into Her Own Hands
Bridgewater is a girl that isn't afraid to go after what she wants. The seven year old decided to send in her own personal job application to Google. But Bridgewater and her father were not ready for what happened next.
7. The Bridgewater Family Was Not Anticipating A Response
Bridgwater and her father Andy were shocked to receive a letter in the mail a few days later. Needless to say, the family was shocked, especially by the signature at the bottom of the letter. This is definitely something worth hanging on the fridge!
Google's CEO tells Chloe that he is glad she likes "computers and robots," and he encourages the young girl to keep learning about technology. He even states that he looks forward to receiving her application when she is done with school.
10. Andy Bridgewater Took To Twitter With Excitement
Bridgewater's father posted the letter on Twiter and Linkedin, and it has received over 94,000 likes. Google has also confirmed the letter was written by the CEO himself. This is definitely something Bridgewater will want to add on her resume.
11. Bridgewater Has Stolen The Hearts Of Internet-Goers Everywhere
It's no surprise that this seven-year-old's application to Google has been inspiring Twitter users. With all of the attention surrounding women's rights recently, her story is something people want to see. This girl is going places.
One Twitter user praised Bridgewater for being the type of child the world needs to see. Intelligence, integrity, and determination are the best traits a girl can have. It's nice to see a little inspiration in the spotlight for a change.
13. Another Twitter User Acknowledged Google CEO's Class
It's pretty unusual for the CEO of a major corporation to take the time out of their day to write a personal letter, especially to a seven year old. Sundar Pichai is definitely a good example of a company taking the time to listen to consumers, no matter how small.
14. Chloe Bridgewater Is A Testament To The American Dream
If you work hard and pursue your dreams you can get far. Your success is determined by what energy you put into the world, and Bridgewater is planning on settling in Silicon Valley. Watch out Google; there's a new child prodigy in town.