A 7-year-old from Hereford, England named Chloe Bridgewater has her future more planned out than some college students.

Her father told her all about working at Google

This 7-year-old from England is a huge fan of tablets and computers. During a conversation with her father, she learned Google has slides, go-karts, and even bean bags in their offices for employees to join. Chloe was so inspired by the conversation with her father that she decided to send a letter to the conglomerate and inform them of her interest in working for them in the future.

Her father helped her write the letter

With the assistance of her father, Bridgewater wrote a letter headed “Dear Google Boss.” She introduced herself and talked about her interest in working for Google as well as some of her other aspirations when she grows up. “My name is Chloe, and when I am bigger, I would like a job at Google. I also want to work at a chocolate factory and do swimming in the Olympics,” part of the letter read per PEOPLE.

Something unexpected happened: she received a reply

While this 7-year-old knew all too well she had several years ahead of her before she could really apply to work for Google, the CEO of the company replied to her letter.

In his response, Sundar Pichai included words of encouragement for the young girl.

“I’m glad that you like computers and robots, and hope that you will continue to learn about technology,” he wrote in his response. “I look forward to receiving your job application when you’re finished with school! :)”

According to Chloe’s father Andy – who works for a refrigeration system parts manufacturer in the sales department – he told Business Insider he mentioned the technology company when his daughter asked him where his ideal dream job would be.

The CEO’s response only added fuel to her eagerness

Chloe’s father cannot thank the CEO of Google enough for taking time out of his busy schedule to respond to her letter. He firmly believes the response has made his daughter more eager to get a job at the technology company when she grows up.

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