Fangirls, this entire summer I’ve been all over the place; Florida, California, Maryland, Vermont, and Connecticut have been a lot to handle. It’s definitely been fun, but all of the travel has put some strain on my home life, and a lot of strain on my diet.
Fangirls, I’ve been hella busy lately, so there’s no video for today. I’ve been all over the place this summer, and I haven’t really talked much about it here, just on my personal twitter. I am definitely having a blast, but I feel like I owe you all some explanation to what’s going on in my life, because you all really deserve it. So let me tell you how things have been so far.
There is a lot that you have to think about while you’re onstage as a Cast Member. You have to know where things are in all of the parks, or know someone who does, you have to be able to perform your role properly, and you have to make sure that you’re acting like a Cast Member.
Things we’re used to hearing in the workplace are different in Walt Disney World and Resorts, as they are in all Disney parks. Here’s a little guide to prepare you for those differences.
Now for awhile, Disney has been showing different versions of the princesses in art work and toys, but things are getting serious in parks. In toys and advertisements, the princesses are in far more blinged out dresses. Hair is slightly different, and Ariel’s face is starting to look a little weird.
Alrighty Disnerds, this is the ultimate in opportunities. The Disney College Program is an internship where you learn what its like to be on your own and add the best thing ever to your resume; working for Disney!
So this program is available in both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Its a fantastic opportunity, and probably the best thing that I’ve ever done. I recently reapplied and was accepted onto another program. So I figured that I would go through the process here, so any of you Disnerds that would want to apply can try!