Walt Disney Internships
Walt Disney Co. has come in at the top of BusinessWeek's first-ever ranking of "50 Best Places to Launch a Career." In addition, a nationwide survey of more than 37,000 undergraduate students named Walt Disney Co. as the #1 ideal employer. To find out more about opportunities with Disney, contact the School of Business.
Disney College Program
Primarily for freshmen and sophomores, the Disney College Program has three major components: 1) acquiring useful, transferable skills by working in an entry-level role at one of Disney's theme parks or resorts, 2) completing a four credit internship course (GEB 4941) that gives you professional development or networking opportunities, and 3) continued work on your UF degree, by completing eight credits of WCBA online business courses.
Disney Professional Internships
Disney Professional Internships are targeted toward juniors and seniors (preference will be given to those who have participated in Disney's College Program). This program requires completion of a professional internship at Disney in a particular field, including finance and accounting, marketing and sales, merchandising, information management, media relations, entertainment management, contracts administration, and resort/hotel/theme park operations, to name a few. Enrollment in the GEB 4941 internship course (4 credits) is also required. Disney Professional Interns also have the option of enrolling in eight credits of WCBA online business courses.
Gators at Disney
Email (derek.guffin at warrington.ufl.edu)