A couple days after check in, usually Friday or Saturday, you'll have Traditions. Traditions is your welcome to the company orientation. After traditions you'll have welcome to operations, location orientation, and one or two role training classes. All these classes require business casual or business professional attire. What does that mean?
Layering for a Perfect Look
Layering helps by minimizing the number of pieces you need to buy while maximizing your outfits. It also helps with whether and cold classrooms. I used ten pieces to make five outfits with bottoms, tops, and a coat, that can also be mixed and matched with accessories for infinitely more outfits, which is helpful if you're taking a class since classes also require business casual dress.
After you accept your offer for the Disney College Program, you'll need to talk to your school. There are three main topics to bring up with your academic adviser: Internship Credit, School Requirements, and Financial Aid. This post will walk you through questions to ask in each of these topics.
Internship & Class Credit
Will I be able to get internship credit for the program?
How do I get this to count for internship credit?
What extra work will I have to do to get internship credit? (ex. logging hours, blogging, review from employer, etc.)
Does my major require internship credit? How much?
Will I be able to get credit for any classes offered through the program?
Will these classes count toward my degree?
If I decide to do a professional internship later, can I get credit for that?
Do I need to pay for internship credit hours?
Things to Mention:
DCP website for educators (disneyeducationconnection.com)
ACE accreditation (learn what this means so you can tell your advisor)
School's internship requirements (look them up and familiarize yourself with them before your meeting.)