Food and Beverage Intern
Company: Walt Disney World Resort
Location: East Lansing
Posted on: January 26, 2023
Our Program: Magic is Within You
As a Disney College Program participant at the Walt Disney World
Resort, you will become part of the magic that is known worldwide,
gain experience working in a front-line role at our parks and
resorts, and have the opportunity to participate in uniquely Disney
experiences and activities created just for Disney Programs
This unique program spans four to seven months (with opportunities
to extend up to one year), and allows participants to network with
professionals throughout The Walt Disney Company, take part in
Learning and Career Development Sessions , and live and work with
people from all over the world. While you work in your role, you
will build transferable skills such as problem solving, teamwork,
guest service, and effective communication.
The program is also a great way to discover what you're passionate
about and learn about opportunities to further your education
through continued employment at Walt Disney World Resort. Upon
successful completion of your program, you may be eligible for
full-time and part-time opportunities at the Walt Disney World
Resort. Part-time and full-time cast members may receive additional
benefits such as Disney Aspire , an educational investment program
that covers 100% of tuition for skilled trades, bachelor's degrees,
and master's degrees.
Upon accepting an offer, you would be able to live at Flamingo
Crossings Village for the duration of your Program. This new
community features apartments equipped with a full-sized washer and
dryer, bedroom and living room furniture, and a flat screen TV.
Plus, the community includes additional amenities like a 12,500 sq.
ft. fitness center, quiet spaces to study, resort-style pools, and
bus transportation to and from our parks and resorts.
We are recruiting for program arrival dates between May 2023 and
October 2023. Departure dates will begin no earlier than January
2023. Individual program lengths will vary.
For full list of potential dates for this Program, Click Here .
If you are selected to participate, you will select your arrival
and departure dates as part of the acceptance process.
All dates above are subject to change.
Selected candidates will be invited to a 30-minute phone interview
with a recruiter.
Basic Qualifications :
Your Program Role
During this exciting program, you must be willing to work quickly
and efficiently while exhibiting exceptional service standards
resulting in meaningful interactions with our guests. Your ability
to successfully demonstrate flexibility is critical, as you may be
placed and moved into any location across the Walt Disney World
Resort property based on operational need.
Your location and role assignment will be provided no later than
one (1) week prior to your scheduled arrival date upon delivery of
your individualized itinerary. For more about the roles to which
you may be assigned, Click Here .
Opportunities are available for students who meet the following
- Currently enrolled and taking classes at an accredited United
States college, university, or higher education program OR have
graduated from an accredited United States college, university, or
higher education program within 24 months of the application
- Must have completed at least one semester at an accredited
United States college, university, or higher education program by
time of program arrival
- Meet any individual school requirements (GPA, grade level,
etc.), if applicable
- Be at least 18 years of age at time of application
- Be receptive to Disney Look appearance guidelines
- Possess unrestricted United States work authorization for the
duration of the program (Disney does not sponsor visas for the
Disney College Program.)
- Be receptive to a starting rate of $14 per hour
- Be fully available to work Sunday through Saturday, including
days and nights, holidays, and overtime
- Be receptive to exposure to outside elements including heat
and/or humidity, cold temperatures, wet conditions, and prolonged
- Be willing to follow all cleaning and disinfecting procedures
in the work area including handling cleaning chemicals and
- Additional personal protective equipment (face shields,
goggles, refillable hand sanitizers, etc.) may be required
- Former Disney College Program participants must wait four (4)
months after their last departure before applying United States
includes all 50 states plus Puerto Rico and all other United States
Detailed eligibility requirements can be found Here .
Candidates who receive an offer will be required to pay a
non-refundable Program Participation Fee within 7-days of their
program offer date. A non-refundable Housing Fee is then due six
weeks prior to arrival date for participants utilizing onsite
housing at Flamingo Crossings Village.
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