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“Employees can buy cast exclusive items.”
“My trainer was super nice and helpful. I learned a lot from him and he gave me a bunch of tips and advice.”
employee discounts (merchandise, hotels, Disney cruise, restaurants, shows), company perks (free entry to parks for myself and even friends and family, employee appreciation month), vacation, monthly college program events
Great perks, amazing discounts and excellent park entrance opportunities. Health insurance, etc. is lacking.
The best thing is the ability to go into the parks. By working there it gets you admission into the parks and you can earn tickets for family and friends.
I didn't get any benefits because I was only there part-time for the Disney College Program. They do allow you to stay on when your program is done, but many participants still have to finish college.
Pros: Fortune 100 company, great networking, accommodation, educational classes, free entrance into parks and guest passes Cons: Long work hours (but its like any other job),
As a College Program Cast Member, you have very few benefits.
The GOOD thing that I like about the benefits are that the vast majority of them are available whenever you need them, for whatever reason, and any unused benefits roll over to the next year.
Being a Disney employee meant getting into all the parks free of charge, but you rarely had time to do so.
Basically you get discounts at the parks and on Disney merch. You can get into the Parks for free, but have limited guest passes. Other than that time off is EXTREMELY hard to get, you are there to work and they will make it known.
You get free access to parks and free passes for friends and family members
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