Working as an intern at Disney World

And hate it I did…for about three days. I hated being told I wasn’t scary. I hated being made fun of for my deep Southern accent. I hated the fact that I was a southern happy blonde with pigtails stuck in a dark damp Mansion. Then I gave it a chance. I realized I was lucky to have such a highly coveted position. I slowly let myself fall into the role and was thrilled the first time I actually scared a guest. I learned that many of my fellow cast members weren’t as rude and sarcastic as they seemed, they just really took pride in their job.

Amanda LeRoy reports on her experience working as a Haunted Mansion Cast Member while interning at Walt Disney World this summer.

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  1. Priya

    Wow! You interned in Disney! I really hope to as well. How did you apply? Please tell me more, ’cause I might in the coming winter break. Thanks!

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