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A blog of career articles and news including opportunities for work experience, volunteering and graduate vacancies of interest to humanities students and graduates. Hosted by Debbie Longridge, subject careers adviser for Humanities at the University of Derby.

Friday, 17 August 2012

Walt Disney World Summer Program 2013

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 College Program. The program offers unique working, living, and learning experiences in the summer of 2013. If you are successful you will be eligible for a visa for this period only.
¨ Students of all majors or fields of study are welcome to apply
¨ Jobs: Quick Service Food & Beverage, Merchandise, Operations, Full Service Food & Beverage, Custodial, Lifeguards, and More!
¨ Visa: Your visa is sponsored and paid for by Walt Disney World. You are responsible for $160 visa application fee and $35 SEVIS fee
¨ Pay rate: $7.25- 8.42 per hour depending on role. Minimum of 30 hours per week is guaranteed.
¨ Insurance: $70 a month for mandatory insurance to meet the US visa requirements in the US.
¨ Relocation Assistance: You are responsible for the costs of your round-trip flight.
¨ Housing: Is provided by the Walt Disney World Co. at a cost of $82 - $108 per week. Bedrooms are shared by two people and are fully furnished.
¨ Transportation: To and from work locations and housing complexes is provided by the Walt Disney World Co.
* Please note that the prices are in US Dollars and are subject to change.
If selected on the International College Program, you will receive all the great benefits of Walt Disney World including free entrance to the 4 Walt Disney World theme parks, tickets for friends and family, and discounts on merchandise at Walt Disney World. Detail

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