In 27 days I will arrive for my internship at Walt Disney World! That's 27 days..... it's sooooo long! If you're stumbling across my blog as you try to anxiously pass the time before your program, then this post is for you!
You may have heard of "Adult Coloring Pages" but now we're calling them "art therapy" so those people with sticks up their butts who think they can't do anything childish can play too. Disney has some great ones, all for around $12 I think. I've rounded up a few from the internet that I've found to occupy your time until they come in the mail. My advice: grab your favorite coloring utensils (crayons, markers, colored pencils, handmade paints from the berries that grow on your farm, whatever floats your boat), curl up in your favorite Disney jammies with your favorite Disney stuffed animals under your favorite Disney blanket, watch some vlogs and color!
On Christmas I officially announced I would accept my internship at Walt Disney World. Now, questions from family and friends are piling in! I want to write this post to introduce you to the program and answer some of the questions I'm asked often.
This will be my blog for the time being. You can go back to my college blog here.
General Information About the Program
The Disney College Program is an internship for students in college or who have graduated in the last 6 months. It's different from simply taking a job at Disney for a semester in that you get to live in company sponsored housing and participate in special events just for College Programmers. In this way you still get the college experience while participating in the program. The internship opens lots of doors for future positions with the company such as full time park positions, professional internships, cruise line jobs, movie industry jobs, business jobs, and jobs with other parts of the Disney company. You can find more information and apply to the program here.
Commonly Asked Questions