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So, I'm a student and I was recently offered an interview for a part-time job that I am really interested in, but for scheduling reasons could not commit to the time (minimum # of months) that the employers require, and wouldn't want to burn the bridge by quitting early as I anticipate I'd have to.
I replied to the interview offer (email) by stating my interest and my interview availability, offering up an alternative proposal of how I could fulfill the minimum time requirement, and closing with a statement saying I understood if it wouldn't be possible for me to work the time that way and that I would reapply later if that was the case. However, I haven't recieved a reply at all to my email, and it's been several days. I'm worried because the date I said I'd be available to interview on is coming up, and I don't want to be presumptous, but I have no clue if I'm supposed to show or not...
I'm wondering, should I follow up my unanswered email with another email tonight (or a phone call tomorrow, but I feel I'm a better writer than speaker) concerning this? If so, what would be appropriate to say?
Edit: I want to be clear that I have not yet interviewed. I have not even gotten a confirmation for my possible interview times. The job that was described to be was communicated via email, with the invitation to come in for an in-person interview, and I replied describing my conflicts and alternate proposals and have not recieved a response, so I don't know if or how to find out if the initial invitation to interview still stands. The question that this was flagged as a possible duplicate for concerns the status of a job offer following an interview; I'm trying to figure out if I'm even eligible.