Imagine the excitement of living, learning, and working at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, U. S. A.!

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Imagine the excitement of living, learning, and working at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, U.S.A.! Now you can make the dream a reality by becoming a part of the Walt Disney World International Program. This opportunity can open many doors, offer many possibilities, and provide an extremely professional atmosphere to grow. Plus, you’ll have un unforgettable time along the way!

Walt Disney World (Orlando – Florida) is looking for individuals to work from May or June to August 2010.
You must currently be enrolled in an accredited two/three/four year University, College or institute, and be between academic years during your school’s summer vacation. You cannot apply if you are graduating. Minimum age is 18.
Program Dates: May 25th to August 6th, 2010,

June 1st to August 20th, 2010,

June 20th to August 27th, 2010
You must be available for the entire duration of the program so please make sure that one of the program dates mentioned above suits to your summer break schedule before applying. If you have exams or classes during the program, your application will not be considered. Note that this experience is a Summer Work and not an internship. Before applying, please make sure with your school that you can participate in this Work program during your summer break. (Walt Disney World will not provide any Internship agreement)

Jobs: Food & Beverage, Merchandise, Custodial, Lifeguards, Recreation, Character…
Pay rate: Minimum $7.00 per hour. Minimum of 30 hours per week is guaranteed and you will also be required to work overtime.
Insurance: You are required to provide your own health insurance for the duration of the program.
Transportation: You are responsible for the costs of your round-trip flight to Orlando.
Housing: is provided by the Walt Disney World Co. at a cost of $87 - $105 per week. Bedrooms are shared by two people. Transportation to and from work locations and housing complexes is provided by the Walt Disney World Co.

  • Visa: The J-1 visa is paid (800$) and provided by Walt Disney World. You will be required to pay a fee of 170 Euro at the US Embassy. You must have a valid passport when you apply in order to be eligible for the program.

To apply for this job, you must send the appropriate form and photos before December 10th to and, for information, to .

The selections will be organized in Paris in January 2010 for departures in May/June 2010. The candidate are responsible for all the travel expenses.

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