He asked where I worked, as he was looking for a job. He went on to explain that he recently graduated with a marketing degree from the US. He was having a difficult time finding work. I could tell he was frustrated and it appeared he had a long day of asking others this question either on the street or in formal meetings. I gave him the name of one company to call and told him that his fluent English will help him greatly to find a job. He said thanks and we parted ways.
I really admired his fearlessness to ask a stranger on the street especially a someone that really doesn't look Hungarian (at least I don't think I do). I have to say that if I was hiring for a fundraiser, I would seriously consider him. His fearlessness to ask is unique in any culture!"