Enjoy a Disney Opportunity with I.U.S.B.

Posted on November 29, 2011 by

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Are you in need of an exciting night of swash-buckling with the Pirates of The Caribbean? Or maybe you would prefer to swim all of your troubles away under the sea with the Little Mermaid. Is photography an interest of yours? But you cannot think of a way to further refine your skills. Or perhaps you’re the adrenaline junky who enjoys the breath-taking thrills of an exciting roller coaster ride. Regardless of the adventure you are looking to pursue, Disney can meet your demands. These are just a few of your possibilities with Disney if you would enjoy a lot of fun and reward with an internship.

The magic of Disney is life changing and can be a part of you as well. Exactly what kind of magic am I speaking of? The magic that Walter Alias Disney originally fostered through his use of creativity, innovation, and excellence to create the foundation in which Disney still strives for today. It was through these very traits that Disney was able to produce some of the most popular movies, toys, theme parks, and child accessories in the world.  But most importantly Disney has been allowing the children of the world an opportunity to dream, and believe in something beyond what they originally perceived possible. Dream with Disney and take part in the achievement of knowing that you can also be a part of this great trend of greatness.

Disney is offering the college youth of I.U.S.B. a chance to be a part of this magic through the Disney. This program offers students a rare opportunity to live a childhood fantasy while building their professional skills such as career building, networking, and skill development by working in a number of various roles directly linked to either Disney Land or Disney World. And the best part is the requirements are not very difficult to meet. If you are 18 years old, you are attending college currently, and have a passion to work hard, then this may be the internship opportunity you have been looking for. You can apply through an application and when you are accepted you will be transported to either Disney Land in Anaheim, California or Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. It is at one of these amazing locations where you will be provided a fully furnished apartment that includes all kitchen utensils, dishes, and appliances to meet all your basic needs. Another aspect of this rare and exciting opportunity is that you will be paid to participate in this program. So your rent will be paid directly from your paycheck. And you will also be given exclusive discounts for being a Disney intern on products to include: Disney dining, merchandise, recreation and parks as well as discounts at participating local businesses so savings are readily available to you. This could be especially useful to any students who have children or perhaps are just in need of a good time.

By taking the role of a Disney intern your jobs could be acting as a character performer, capturing the priceless moments of others as a photographer, being a ride operator where you can control all the thrills and 17 other choices to provide that special place for everyone to grow in creativity, innovation, and excellence. The Disney College Program also allows interns to attend the Disney University at no tuition cost. All you have to get is about twenty to thirty dollars worth of course materials and books for each course you should decide to take. If you love this internship experience there are additional opportunities to take this experience into a professional internship to pursue a career with Disney. I.U.S.B. even has a director for this program, Cindy Vukovits who can be located in Wiecamp Hall in the general studies and criminal justice section of the 2nd floor. You can also receive further information by contacting IUSB’s Disney College Program Campus Representative Sidney Shafer on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SidneyAShaferII or by email at sashafer@iusb.edu.  So don’t miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime and get out there and say “I’m going to Disney Land.”

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