After a failed au pair experience in France I entered my second year in college without having spent any adequate length of time in France. This was worrying- while I was doing my utmost to immerse myself in the French language in everyday life I knew that I would have to spend more time in France to fully master la langue. As I was unsure whether I would complete an Erasmus year in France at the time, I was becoming increasingly apprehensive about working in France.
My Disneyland Paris blog posts are quite popular so I thought that I would do all of you budding cast members a favour and spill the interview secrets.
Sadly no dancing with Mickey Mouse on the street or spontaneously bursting into song.
This post is intended to follow on from yesterday’s post about the things I didn’t like about working at Disneyland- you can read it here. I hope it’s slightly more positive account of my Disneyland experience!
Bonjour tout le monde,
Bonne année!! I hope that you’re all enjoying your new year. May it bring happiness, peace and health for yourselves and your families.
Going to continue on from yesterday’s post about my work in Disneyland Paris. I hope it’s of some help to any of you who are either interested in going to work there or have received a contract.
Confession- I don’t even really like Disney. Blush.
However, I have been lucky enough to have worked at Disneyland Paris twice- during the Christmas/ New Year season and also during the summer season. As I know that there are many people who may like to work at Disneyland Paris themselves, I thought that I would write a post on how I managed to get a job there. I worked as a waitress and in a kitchen (chic)- here’s how to do it!