Also, you don't get your ID until after you do Traditions. You take Traditions before you start training.
Now back to our regularly scheduled discussion about seasonal cast members. Heck, maybe I should just move down near Disney and work full time. Now, there's an idea. :idea:
Gaaah...I had another list of questions and my computer deleted them...so, expect another post from me soon...lol
:D Anyways, just wanted to say another biiiiiig THANK YOU to those of who responding to this thread. You absolutely make my day/week/life.
I have freckles, does that automatically rule me out of being a face character?
CMouse, I hope you don't mind me asking questions in your topic.
Has anyone ever had an internship with the Mouse? If so, is it difficult to get one?
I don't mind at all! :) I'm glad other people are chiming in.
Since we're talking seasonal, the dream of DH and I is to move to the Orlando area in ten years or so, when we're in our mid-fifties and work for Disney part-time. My dream is really to teach the Traditions class, but on a part-time basis, as I will be "retired" and we want to enjoy life! I was hoping you could work in this department and be part time or even seasonal. Anyone know?
I'm pretty sure you need to be FT to lead Traditions.
First of thanks to everyone quite a few of my questions were already answered because of your posts.
But I am still a little confused about the seasonal work. I'm wanting to apply for seasonal during the Christmas season. Is it specific dates (like Dec 1 - ?) or what?
Seasonal requirements are now in the process of changing (effective in Oct). Seasonal CMs will now have to work 150 hours a year. There are additional requirements for attractions and transportation every 6 months
As for your example- to start out, you need to have a few weeks available (as you have to factor in Traditions and training). Training can vary by role/location. It can be as few as 3-4 days; it can be as many as a few weeks (in training alone).
CP people told me you have to be doing an undergraduate and going back in the next semester in order to do college program
You can be in graduate school. However, you do need to be a current student to apply to the CP (also, you can do the CP right after graduating, as long as you are in school when applying).
Put good news for the Full Time and Permanent Part Timers, there will be a lot of hours opening up come October.