Does working for Disney while earning college credits sound like a dream come true? That dream can become a reality with the Disney College Program! If this sounds like the perfect internship for you, registration for the Fall 2018 Disney College Program is now open!
Internships are available at both Disney World and Disneyland with two terms offered. The first Disney College Program term is from August 2018 to January 2019. The second term runs from May 2018 to January 2019.
Participants in the Disney College Program will receive real-life learning taught only as Disney could. College students are taught important skills such as networking, personal and career development, problem-solving, stellar customer service, teamwork, and communication.
The Disney College Program is a PAID internship. College students who enter the Disney College Program will be compensated anywhere from $10 to $12.75 an hour. Some participants may even earn more depending on the position.
Housing is offered for all participants of the Disney College Program. However, there are some fees that go along with being in the program and housing. At Walt Disney World, Participants are required to pay a one-time, non-refundable $225 Program Assesment fee. This fee goes towards activities and events held during the program. Interns are also required to a $130 Housing and Administration fee. This fee is applied to the first week of housing costs of the participant in the program. Housing at Walt Disney World runs between $103 to $200 per week depending on the intern’s housing.
At Disneyland, Interns are required to pay $902.50 once accepted into the program. This fee covers the participant’s first four weeks of housing costs, the Program Assesment fee, and the Security Deposit. Housing rates at Disneyland are $149.50 per week.
Participants in the Disney College Program must meet the four requirements:
- Currently enrolled and taking classes at an accredited institution and have completed at least one semester or graduated within the past six months
- Meet any school requirements for participation
- Be at least 18 years old when the program begins
- Posunrestrictedrcted work authorization
To read additional information on the requirements, please CLICK HERE.
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