A New York Times reporter recently tweeted about his cousin’s 11-year-old daughter who wants to be a journalist at The Washington Post and the publication replied! Liam Stack took to Twitter saying that his cousin’s daughter was quite keen on making a career in journalism and would is already a loyal reader of The Washington Post. She also tells people who ask her about her career choices of becoming a journalist, and very specifically to work for The Washington Post. And an impressed Washington Post replied to the tweets in the sweetest way giving her an open invitation to spend a day with them.
Stack tweeted saying,”Today I learned that my cousin’s 11-year-old daughter somehow downloaded The Washington Post app — without my cousin’s knowledge — at the age of 9 and has been a loyal reader for the last two years.” He also tweeted saying, “When people ask what she wants to be when she grows up, my cousin said her 11-year daughter tells them she wants to study journalism and work for The Washington Post. It is apparently the most specific answer in her class.”
Here are Liam Stack’s tweets:
And here is what The Washington Post replied:
Social media users looked completely in awe of the kind reply by the publication. While many appreciated The Washington Post for their gesture, some praised the little girl’s aspirations and wished they come true. We also the 11-year-old the best for her future.