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The Disney College Internship Program stands out. The hands on experience and ability to immediately apply classroom learning to the work environment engages students in ways that tradition college classes cannot. If you are the type of student who learns from doing, a program like this is idea.
Unlike a lot of internships which bring students into the workplace for a few hours a week, usually unpaid. Disney’s College Program pays students for their work — an earn while you learn set-up.
I’m most impressed with the classroom component. Many of the Disney classes count as college credits and in some cases can apply to degree requirements. Available courses include corporate communications, marketing, human resource management, organizational leadership, creativity & innovation, hospitality management, and security.