What’s the Best Job in the Disney College Program? Our Answer May Surprise You!

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There’s a lot of interest in the Disney College Program lately. Many people dream of getting jobs at Walt Disney World, and what better time than your college years, when you’re young and up for an adventure? I talked with Mouze Kateerz fan Carrie Grooms of Camillus, NY, about her experience as a Disney College Program participant. Among other things, she told me what she considers to be the greatest College Program job there is.  After she gives her reasons, and by the way, I think she’s on to something, we’ll see if you agree!

Carrie, thanks so much for giving Mouze fans some College Program info. from a real participant. To start off, where did you work during your time with the Disney Company? 

I graduated the College Program in ’92 in Magic Kingdom Custodial.  I moved on to Parking and drove trams, which actually scared me to death! I worked the Toll Plaza, Lost and Found, Kennel, the gas station when it wasn’t National’s, and I became a receptionist at the Ticket and Transportation Center.  I also picked up extra shifts or drove trams when we were shorthanded. I saw firsthand the stress that the Vacation Planners were under to meet goals, but I also saw the thrill of selling the ticket to a child who is there for the first time when the gates open. Things have surely changed in twenty years, but the experiences are still life changing.  No other theme park compares to Walt Disney World and the people you get to work with.

What are some of the coolest things you did while in the College Program?

Working Custodial, I saw the inside of the Haunted Mansion and Space Mountain with the lights on.

I saw Cinderella Castle apartment (It’s teeny!), and worked all sorts of cool events like Epcot’s Night of Joy, Grad. Nights, and New Year’s Eve, all while participating with the College Program.

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c1993. The Walt Disney Company. Carrie is on the right of Mickey dressed in Custodial white.

What did you think of the classes Disney offered?

The classes we took at Disney U,were fun, but they also offered a lot of good information on how to be a great employee, both at Disney and if you went on to other places. I still have my binder. Enjoy the opportunities but take in what you’re being told at your Seminars. The information will stay with you for a lifetime,  and it can be fun if you look at it as an experience and not just another job.

What did you think about the wages and the hours you were offered?

Well, you didn’t make a lot of money, because they did charge a very high amount for the rent.  College Program participants usually ended up with the late shifts, but we still had plenty of time to play. There were often many Cast Members who wanted to give up shifts to CP’s if you wanted or needed the hours. My managers were more like friends than bosses. They took CP’s under their wing, and they were there for us to talk to if we were down about anything.

Did you get in the very first time you applied?

I was a sophomore at a community college the first time I applied, and I wasn’t accepted that time. The next year I applied, I said I was willing to do ANYTHING. I listed custodial as one of the jobs I wanted, and this time, I got accepted.  I’ve always been glad I went back and gave it another try.

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Will there be any College Program openings for this job? It's questionable.

Tell us about College Program dorm life.

The parties there were out of control sometimes, but that just depended on your roommates and your neighbors. Your roommates – well – I had one who was underage and couldn’t hold her liquor. You have to be tolerant.  You don’t get to pick your  own roommates, so try to make the best out of your differences.  Realistically, you may only be together for a few minutes each day, so you may need to try to ignore the mess.  It doesn’t last forever!  If you buy food and you don’t want to share or feed your roommates, you can keep a lock box in your room.  You won’t make enough to support your roommates and the friends they bring along!  Out of the six people in the dorms, someone will probably be a friend you can hang out with.

What were some of your favorite questions you answered on the job?

That’s a funny list! Here’s my answers, and you’ll know the questions.

  • The 3:00 parade starts at 3 pm.
  • No, the fireworks do not go off INSIDE the castle.
  • The bathroom? It’s right behind you.
  • Please don’t stand on the alligator; he’s not one of our animatronics. (This one is a statement, but seriously, that happened when we were taking care of the golf tournament at Shades of Green when it was called the Disney Inn.)
  • Yes, I’d love to take your picture.  How does your camera work?

What is your overall feeling about the whole experience, both the College program and working for Disney?

All in all, it was fun and a great experience. We’re going back to Disney on vacation in August. My mother-in-law still works there. I really hope to go back and retire there myself.  I don’t even care about being paid. I would gladly be a Disney Volunteer Greeter.

So in your opinion, what is the best job for a College Program participant?

I don’t even have to think about this one, but the answer will surprise people.

Custodial, by far, was the best job ever,  and I’ve done several including Merchandise, Parking, Reception, and Ticket and Transportation.  I saw enough Vacation Planning to get the impression that was tough and stressful. Custodial gave you the freedom to experience all the lands, and you weren’t in one place all day saying, over and over, “How many? Watch your step.”  

In Custodial, I had more interaction with the guests. I would take their pictures, and get them a new popcorn when they spilled theirs. I got to watch the parades as I waited to sweep up after.  We didn’t have to clean bathrooms when I was on the program. Now that may have changed, but even that wasn’t so bad, because you were usually in and out within 15 minutes.

So you’re saying to gave a good shot at being accepted into the program, apply for a job that most people wouldn’t immediately jump at. The problem is, when people hear “Custodial,” they think “trash,” which we all know conjures up yucky images.  What’s up with that?!

As far as trash runs, you usually had one run maybe three out of five days, but even that wasn’t too bad.  Park guests would ask for ice cream, because they thought we were the ice cream wagon.

Trash runs aside,  just having the freedom to be scheduled in Tomorrowland today, then Liberty Square, and Adventureland the rest of the week was well worth it.  Any guest could ask you directions to any ride,  and you knew the most direct way to get there. You know what shops sold what.  You didn’t have to work in the hot greasy kitchens. You don’t have to deal with a huge line of impatient vacationers waiting to buy their gifts and rush out to get their space at the parade. And you don’t have an eight-hour shift for one ride AND memorize the spiel that goes with it. There’s no spiel for Custodial!

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Any advice for a College Program applicant or participant?

  •  If you don’t get in the first time, apply again. As I said, I didn’t get in the first time, but I went back and gave it another try. I’m really glad I did, because I got in on the second attempt.
  • Be on time!!  A number of CP’s are sent home due to tardiness everyday. One minute or one hour late, and it’s really all the same.
  • Late shifts: just accept that fact that you’ll be up late, because you’re going to get them. You’ll get scheduled for all time shifts, but you will get a lot of the late shifts. You’ll still get to enjoy all the Disney parks on your days off.  You’re there to work AND have fun, but hey,  it’s not all vacation.
  •  Take advantage of ALL special offerings, field trips, and back stage events. Not everyone gets this opportunity so treasure it.  A lot of times, you’ll receive an exclusive pin for attending these events. I still have all mine and show them to the kids who think it’s cool.
  • If you don’t drive, make friends with someone who has a car and can take you to the beach, NASA, and the grocery store.  They do offer transportation, but if you buy too much, it may be a long walk to your apartment, and taxis are expensive.

I’m going to tell my kids to write down Custodial on their Disney College Program applications. I can see myself sweeping up popcorn in my golden years.

Working for Disney is a DREAM JOB no matter where you’re placed; live and love the DREAM.

Thanks so much, Carrie, for talking with me about your experiences.

So we’ve given you some valuable tips for applying for and hopefully participating with the Disney College Program. Lots of people dream of having the great jobs like frosting cupcakes and dipping apples in chocolate, but the reality is, those Cast Members probably didn’t start off working those coveted spots. If you want a foot in the College Program door, or even a Cast Member position that offers flexibility, Disney Custodial may be the route for you.

You can read our College Program Application and Benefits overview here by clicking the link.

Do you agree Custodial may be the best job for a Disney College Program participant?  Give us some comments and let us know what you think.

If you have participated in the Disney College Program recently, or were a Cast Member in another “Greatest Disney Job” and you would like to be interviewed, contact Mouze Kateerz at mouzekateerz@chipandco.com.

Thanks for coming along for a photographical ride!

Amanda

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See ya soon!

Comments

  1. Carrie Lawrence Grooms says:

    Wow! This sounds great – sign me up! Again! My daughter, 14, is looking forward to the day she can apply. Thank you.

    • So glad to have you participate. Thanks again. My daughter is 13- maybe they can be roommates one day!!

    • If I started a small facebook group for fans who took Disney Photos and would like to do a little writing to be included in Mouze articles, would you be interested in joining? I didn’t know if you took pictures…just curious.
      Amanda

      • Carrie Grooms says:

        I’ve got pictures from when I’ve been to the Flower and Garden and photos of our vacations with and without people in them, I’m going back with the family in August – so I’m game to help – just let me know what you’re looking for. I just found your email – sorry about that – think I’ve about fixed whatever my 3 yr old did when I allowed the older ones to watch her and she played on my computer – (My tv now tells me who is calling on the phone so I think that was her as well) – I had a bunch of emails being sent to spam so I’ve been approving them all again – jeesh! Anyways – I’d love to join and help if I can – gives me something a little more adult like to do as a stay at home mom. What better topic than Disney?!

    • Cajun Gator says:

      No, No, No…custodial should be the last job you request unless your goal is to get anything Disney has to offer. If your child is serious about WDWCP, have her try for Merchandise, Attractions, Lifeguard (Lifeguards are scarce. If she can swim or brings certification, and does not have a visible tattoo, she is in a good spot to get a Lifeguard job). A goal for your child is to not only accept a job, but to take the job as well as the experience to future jobs. You don’t want your daughter having to explain and, or apologize to a college placement officer or future employer that the only job WDW offered her was telling people where the bathrooms were!

      I had two roomies who accepted (operative word accepted) custodial jobs just to get into the CP. One quit after a month. The last straw came when he said “I told 127 people today where the bathrooms were…I Quit!” The other skinnied off to merchandise at a resort and loved every minute of it.

      What this propaganda piece did not tell you is that the Summer program is wicked competitive. When I was on the MKCP back in the 80s, there was a 1 in 10 hire ratio for the Summer. Spring and Fall had a 1 in 4 ratio. Do the math. The Summer CP is much more prestigious.

      Next, I hope your daughter gets into a Tier 1 school WDW hits for the summer. If she attends a Tier 2 or 3 school, then Fall and Spring are her only options. She needs to research when WDW comes to her school, if it does at all, and what season it is hiring for. Some Tier 1 schools won’t allow Fall and Spring CP participation. My school, the University of Florida, had strict requirements to get kids off campus in four years. We were automatically excluded from Fall and Spring CP consideration.

      Further, your daughter’s major is also a determining factor. Majors not related to what Disney does is an automatic probability for custodial or foods. Bio-Chemical Engineering is a fantastic major and life pursuit. But Disney is not looking for that for any CP season. If she majors in communications, business, hospitality, majors related to what Disney does, then her opportunities for selection are manifold.

      Also, your daughter should try for the program as a junior/senior. Disney wants mature, directed, well grounded, non-flaky, well spoken representatives of its brand. Undeclared Freshman and Sophomores, do not fare well against more seasoned college students.

      Your daughter has to also bring something to WDW. A straight A student is fine. But if all you do is go to class and get good grades, she will compete with kids who have work experience, belong to clubs, sororities, academic and volunteer organizations, hold leadership positions, etc. Does she speak another language? If so, maybe Guest Relations or Guest Services at a Resort is a possibility. See why Juniors and Seniors have an advantage?

      Your daughter’s school may give academic credit while she is on the program. Some schools give tons of hours, especially if she lands a job related to her major. I know of kids from Penn State who received a whole semester of credit as they were hospitality majors. I had to beg my school for three hours and I was a Speech/Comm Major and I was on the Jungle Cruise, the most coveted attractions job WDW had to offer back in the 80s which directly related to my major.

      Just taking anything to get in is a cop-out. How will your daughter feel if she is sweeping a street when she really wants to be in merchandise or attractions and she is a business major? And when she sees other kids who got the job she wanted and compares herself to them (it will happen, it’s natural), she will feel cheated.

      By the way, I returned to WDW after graduation and worked my way into HR and also did extensive recruiting for the CP and International Program. I saw who gets in and who got rejected.

      Good Luck!

  2. Mine is 12 and is ready to go now too! For years the kids had jobs picked out for the entire family. When it comes time for her to apply for this, I’ll have to remember this information.

  3. bertalander says:

    My T would die for that. Of course she’d want to be a Princess… wonder how she’ll feel about me saying: apply for Custodial!

    • Hey Girl!! The only beads I threw in the parade…and they hit the pole?! Got the dog toys too. Thank T. for me- she looked beautiful the two times I saw her at the parade. She and my M can apply together and share a car!! Thanks for stopping by…

  4. Amanda Lynn Whiteman says:

    I was accepted for Fall 2012 in the program for custodial. Reading this makes me feel better about it since it wasn’t my top role for the program but my one sorority sister said that custodial was her favorite and that’s why I put it down. After hearing on facebook all the good about it, it also makes me feel more excited. It took me five times to get finally accepted.

    • Carrie Grooms says:

      Congrats on the adventure and your persistance! You will enjoy it! I’ve worked in transportation (driving trams) as well so I have a personal comparison factor. Don’t forget the sunscreen! You out in the sun more and not inside seating riders… – look forward to you sharing your experiences!

      • Amanda Lynn Whiteman says:

        Thank you. Well I really wanted to do the program and was really excited that I re-found it. When I went to Walt Disney World in 2007 with my high school band and choir, my friends and I talked to a guy at animation studios in Hollywood Studios about it and that sparked my interest. I’ve been told that I will have some good stories.

      • Hey Amanda!
        Thanks for reading, and thanks for commenting. We would love to “interview” you for some articles if you feel up to doing some writing. Like about the interview process, etc. (And I play french horn, trumpet, baritone and occasionally tuba, so love band!!) Hope you have a fabulous time, and best Mouze wishes!!

        Thanks to Carrie for stopping by too!!
        Amanda

      • Amanda Lynn Whiteman says:

        You’re welcome. Sure you can “interview” me. That’s cool that you can play so many instruments. I’m mallet percussion, piano and alto sax. Thank you, I will have a fabulous time.

  5. I did the college program in Fall 2009 and it was the best decision I’ve ever made! I was a lifeguard at some of the resorts and I think it was the best role because I was able to interact with guests, be by the water all day, and keep my distance from the parks for a little while to make sure I didn’t get tired of anything. I made friends that I still have today and memories that will last forever. If you think twice about accepting a role offered, you’re crazy because it was life-changing. I went a shy, timid young man and came back to my small farm town with a whole new outlook on life. I’ve gone back every six months or so just to try to re-capture some of the magic and bring it back home again.

    • Hey Tyler, if you ever want to do some writing about your experiences, you know we would love to have you. People are fascinated with Cast Members in general. And thanks for reading!
      Amanda

  6. This interview was great! I’ve always thought custodial wouldn’t be that bad, I’d definitely put it on my list now thanks to this interview. My first choice is merchandise, and the other two for my top three spots are still kinda changing. I plan on applying this fall for Spring 2013, and I really hope I get in!! It’s my absolute dream.

  7. Victoria Green Morago says:

    I was a merchandise/role hopper for the then MGM Studios in 2001 and I absolutely had the time of my life. I came back to school and became a campus representative for the program, promoting, interviewing, and holding presentations to inform all of my friends and schoolmates about the college program. I encourage everyone to do this during their college years, whether you’re into the Disney side of spending days off character hunting, or just someone who wants to live in sunny Florida, make a ton of lifelong friends from around the world, and spend days off on the beaches. I still visit at least a few times a year, and lived at Chatham Square with some of my still best friends today, some of which still work for Disney and have great jobs now! It’s a wonderful way to get your foot in the door, and anyone who sees it on my Resume immediately asks about it and is so impressed. Would love to answer any questions you have.

  8. what is the best thing to say in the phone interview for this cause i have my phone interview soon and i put alot of time into this and not sure what they will ask me and what the best things to say are since you obviously have gotten it be4 please send me an email it would be a great thing mboyd3310@aol.com

  9. I just got accepted into the program for this upcoming spring and I got placed in Attractions, I would love to learn more about what exactly that entails and the different jobs you do and stuff, I loved this article! thanks for the info! :)

    • Chloe, congratulations! You’re going to have the time of your life as long as you remember, you will work for a little bit of money, will spend more than you make, and will work the shifts no one else wants, BUT it will be so much fun and guaranteed you will always have someone to hang out with when you’re off because they’ll have the same shift somewhere else. :o) Attractions means you will be working the fast pass lines, putting people on rides, working the exits, seating people at shows, and maybe even operating the rides depending on the location. Once you’re there, they will assign you to a certain “land” in a certain park and most likely you’ll be there the whole program, but that means you’ll move around to all of the attractions in that land, meaning fantasyland, dino-land, futureworld left, or hollywood boulevard, etc. It’s great because you can be inside one day, outside another, and when I was there you were even moved to different points in your location during each day. Pretty much guaranteed you will wear a rediculous costume or 5, so don’t be afraid to laugh at yourself and own them! Haha. Whataver you do will be fun, and your days off in the other parks with your friends will make it all worth it! Just stay positive, remember to have fun, and never get in trouble! Zero tolerance ;o)

      • Thank you do much for your speedy reply! I am so excited, I am a theater major at school so ridiculous costumes are right up my alley. I am going to the character audition in my city in Oct. and hoping to make it as a character performer!!

        I also wondered, I got placed in Vista Way apartments and I would much rather live in Chatnum Square, do you know if there is any way to request that?

      • Read this, if you haven’t already, and make sure you are aware of which characters your height is appropriate for before you go. http://disneyauditions.com/experience/index.html

        As for the placement of apartments, I’m pretty sure they assign that by the dates of arrival, so that they can focus on one complex moving day at a time. That was the case in my day at least, so unless you’re willing to chance moving that day, I’d stick with it. I know plenty of people who were at Vista Way and it had its perks! You’re in walking distance to everything (Walgreen’s across the street, restaurants and shops 2 blocks away) for starters, most of the classes take place there so you don’t have to transport back and forth, and the busses used to come there/leave first. Chatham was great, but if you didn’t have a car, there was nothing to do but wait for busses ;o)

  10. Can u bring a small 8-10lb dog to live in the apartment?

  11. Thank you for all this information. I’m a freshman in college, going into my second semester. I’ve been looking into this pretty seriously lately, and since I’ve read this, I think I’m going to give it a shot. (:

    • Carrie Grooms says:

      Good luck – you won’t regret it – it really was the best job I’ve ever had and I hope return in a few years to “pick up” where I left off.

  12. Thank you so much…My son was just offered Custodial Fall 2013 at WDW and he is really hesitant…I forwarded this blog post to him :)

  13. My son is starting April 8th in Custodial and really looking forward to it! I’m wondering when he will be given passes so we can go visit him right away?

  14. I just got accepted for the custodial role at Walt Disney World for Fall Advantage 2013, and this post has made me so much more excited! I love interacting with people, and I think this job will be perfect for me! Once I’m there I plan on auditioning for the Character Performer role, but even if I don’t look enough like one of the Princesses, I’m just happy to be working for Disney!

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    I’m 13 and I’m looking forward to the day that I’m old enough to join the Disney CP the job I want is to be a Face Character I think it would be amazing to become your faveorite character and spend time with the kids and make them feel special

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