Disney Internship

The Business Division is responsible for coordinating the Walt Disney College Internship Program on campus. Disney's unique "College Program" provides students with real work and life "expEARrience" through entry-level Cast Member positions such as Attractions; Characters; Culinary Assistant; Hospitality; Lifeguarding; Merchandise; Recreation; Quick Service Food & Beverage; Transportation; and many more. You can drive one of the monorails, work in a retail shop, serve guests at one of the culinary locations, greet guests at the attractions, work the front desk at one of the resorts, or if selected, become Tigger for a semester! The learning experience consists of the required Disney "Traditions" class. There are other courses offered by Disney while students are in the program and many extracurricular activities.  All of these extras are free of charge and provide an excellent opportunity for the student intern to spread their wings. This program is open and available to all students and majors at SUNY Adirondack that are in good academic standing and at least 18 years old.  Disney-led ZOOM info sessions are held during both Spring and Fall semesters, followed by the opportunity to complete an online application.  If the student passes through the online application, a web interview will be held, and then a phone interview. After the phone interview, Disney has the opportunity to extend an offer of employment to the student.  During the Fall Semester, the applications will open for SPRING selection and during the Spring semester, the applications will be open for FALL selection. There are often opportunities to apply for an extension while the student intern is in Orlando working, this typically extends the internship by 2-3 months. It requires an application and acceptance.

Students live in the Community of "Flamingo Crossings" with all of their colleagues and rent for your condo is deducted directly from your paycheck.

SUNY Adirondack is NOT responsible for the hiring of student interns but will guide interested students through the application process at www.wdwcollegeprogram.com.

This is a six credit semester-long course and students must register for BUS 285. For further information log in to www.wdwcollegeprogram.com (1).

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