Before Steve Jobs was dominating the tech industry, he was just a regular guy looking for a job.
After dropping out of Reed College only six months after enrolling for the 1972 fall semester, he stuck around campus for a year and a half to audit courses on calligraphy, dance and Shakespeare.
Despite being filled out by a man who revolutionized the tech industry, the application isn't as put-together as one might expect.
Under address, Jobs writes "reed college" (lowercase).
What's less surprising is that he notes he has skills with computers and calculators.
And under "Special Abilities," he writes "electronics tech or design engineer.