Want to Work in the Disney Parks? Disney College Program Now Accepting Applications!

Do want more than anything to work for Disney? Are you in college? If so, the Disney College Program is now accepting applications.

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This is not a drill people! You can apply to work at the Disney Parks for a semester and possibly get your foot in the door for your ultimate dream job.

Disney Cast Members

The Disney College Program is a 4- to 7-month-long internship either at Walt Disney World or Disneyland. Imagine being able to work in the Disney Parks instead of going to class. You may be able to get college credit for your time, too (depending on your school and program). What we wouldn’t give to have done that instead of the classes we took. As Socrates once said “Who even needs Philosophy?” If it wasn’t Socrates, it was one of those beardy guys wrapped in a sheet.

The best bearded philosopher

Disney offers housing for College Program participants who don’t live in the Orlando or Anaheim areas. In order to apply you have to be enrolled in college or have graduated from college within the last 12 months. The internship period ranges from August to January or May to January. In addition to possible college credit, you get paid between $12-$15 an hour, depending on the job.

Disney College Program Orientation

If you are interested in applying (and honestly, why wouldn’t you be?) follow this link. The deadline for applying is February 28, 2020. Now if only we could go back in Cornelius Robinson’s time machine and apply back when we were in college… .

What would be your ideal job at Disney? Let us know in the comments.

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One Reply to “Want to Work in the Disney Parks? Disney College Program Now Accepting Applications!”

  1. As Socrates once said “Who even needs Philosophy?” If it wasn’t Socrates, it was one of those beardy guys wrapped in a sheet.” I believe it was Socrates who said, “ who even needs Walt Disney World.”