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HPU to welcome Mickey Mouse

by Queenie Ho, WDWCP campus representative

Mickey is coming to HPU!

That’s, right. Walt Disney World recruiters will be on campus Feb. 19 to talk to students interested in the Walt Disney World College Program, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for anyone wishing to find out what it’s like to work for one of the largest and most recognized companies in the world.

Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Fla., is the world’s largest single-site employer with more than 55,000 employees. The college program recruits more than 9,000 college students every semester for paid internships that can provide great experience and look good on a resume.

The program is open to all undergraduate majors. HPU expects students accepted into the the program to take at least one of seven college accredited classes provided by WDW. The total number of credits available from these classes, and from the internship itself, depend on an individual’s program and can be determined in advanced by an HPU career counselor.

If you are ready for the opportunity, here’s what you need to:

1. Go to wdwcollegeprogram.com. Follow the instructions and fill out the application form.

2. Go to HPU’s Career Services Center on the fifth floor of the First Hawaiian Tower building at 1132 Bishop St. and ask to sign up for the Walt Disney World College Program presentation.

3. Make an appointment with a career advisor to check such details such as your resume and credit qualifications.

 

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