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  • Summer jobs & disabilities

    My 19 year old son is crazy about Disneyland, and has wanted to work at the park for years. Now that he's old enough, he's looking into applying for this summer. The only tricky thing is, he's got autism. He's high-functioning, but does have some social awkwardness issues. Does anyone have any insight into how good DL is regarding hiring cast members with disabilities?

    Also, he lives with his mom, but he's coming to visit me in LA this weekend. I'd like to take him to the Casting Center, but I can't figure out if it's open on the weekends. Does anyone know?

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    I think it would be better to just call the casting center instead. Normally the casting center is invite only. So what is it exactly that's awkard? I just say explain everything by calling. But if he does apply, make he puts A LOT of work/Volunteer experience and help him pass the invterview


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