All in Cast Member Insights
As a cast member, you are often asked funny and entertaining questions. While it can be annoying at times, you just look to find the humor in your situation.
Making lasting relationships can be one of the most crucial and exciting parts about being a Cast Member during your Disney College Program.
While in the Disney College Program, sometimes it was challenging with all the fun to keep up with our religious observances with our busy work schedules.
There is one piece of magic sometimes goes overlooked and it was a piece that we sisters ourselves as Cast Members.
Today’s topic on the blog is something that is exclusive to cast members, and that I was lucky enough to take part in while I was a cast member at WDW—backstage tours!
Do you ever look at a cast member in the park and wonder what their day is like? This post will give you a glimpse into the life of a cast member working at a full service restaurant.
After I had a few outside influences and events that happened beyond my control (I like to think of it as fate) I caught the DCP fever.
Literally one of the most common questions I get when someone has been accepted to the Disney College program is, “Should I bring my car or should I just use the bus system?”
While living in Florida on my Disney College Program, I had the amazing experience of being able to spread magic and pixie dust as a Fairy Godmother-in-Training!
Within the Walt Disney Company, there are seasonal positions that you will find every so often. It basically allows Disney to hire individuals for a short period of time during peak seasons.
At the close of my own Disney College Program over two years ago, I didn't realize that leaving the DCP would be such an emotional ride!
Before I worked for Walt Disney World myself, I read a lot about what it would be like to work for the Mouse from various blogs and websites…