Walt Disney World Internship Opportunities
2 March 2005 — For over 20 years, college students from across
the United States and Puerto Rico have been taking on the opportunity of a lifetime—an internship with Disney College
Program. Disney College Program recruiters will be visiting Jacksonville State University seeking qualified candidates
for internships. Now area college students will have the opportunity to speak with a Disney College Program recruiter
on Monday, March 14 at 4:00 p.m. in the Gamecock Room, Stephenson Hall to create their own career-building opportunity.
While on the Disney College Program, students embark into a learning laboratory that includes opportunities to network and learn
from Disney leaders, gain real-world experience working in our Theme Parks and Resorts, and create lasting friendships with college
students from around the nation and the world. They also have the opportunity to enhance their education by participating in one
of seven completely redesigned courses offered as part of the Disney College Program. These courses include:
The American Council on Education has recommended the seven courses for credit. Students should meet with their academic advisors
for details about receiving credit. Students on the Disney College Program gain crucial real-world experience through a variety
of jobs in attractions, culinary, custodial, food and beverage, hospitality, housekeeping, life guarding, merchandise, park greeter,
quick service restaurants, recreation and transportation.
- Disney College Program Practicum
- Disney Communications Course
- Disney Hospitality Management Course
- Disney Experiential Learning for the 21st Century
- Disney Human Resource Management Course
- Disney Organizational Leadership Course
- Marketing U: Personal and Career Development Strategies
In addition to their roles, students have the opportunity to network with leaders throughout the Walt Disney World Co. by
participating in on-property and Disney College Program exclusive networking events. Students on the Disney College Program are
housed in furnished 1-4 bedroom apartments near Disney property. The rate of housing, which includes all utilities and transportation
to and from work, is deducted from the students’ weekly paycheck.
Interested students must attend a presentation hosted by a Disney College Program Recruiter to interview for the program.
The Disney College Program is open to all undergraduate students in any major who have completed at least one semester of school.
For more information visit
http://www.disneycollegeprogram.com and click on
Walt Disney World® Resort
or call 1-800-722-2930. Disney is equal opportunity employer drawing creativity from diversity.
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