The bubbly, blue-eyed college freshman wasn’t sure how a Disneyland internship would fit in with her primary field of study, psychology. But then, the Cinderella wannabe attending a recent Cal State Fullerton job fair didn’t much care.
“It’s been a lifelong dream to work at Disneyland,” said Chelsea Rook, 18, who was seeking a seasonal service post at the park. “Any way I could get in the door would work. If the internship turned into a full-time job, even better.”
Faced with the perennial challenge of filling about 4,000 jobs for its busiest season, the Anaheim theme park has turned to a staple of white-collar industry