WHAT DOES DISNEY KNOW ABOUT ARTS
AND GRAPHIC DESIGN?
—Our company began as a small animation business, and has evolved
into a multibillion-dollar corporation composed of many dierent lines of
business. The art of Disney continues to speak to our Guests and remains
important to our Cast, as well.
—From the creative world of design, our artists create the merchandise
sold in our Disney theme parks and resorts worldwide.
—Designers develop creative campaigns to communicate important
information to our Cast and help create concepts for our advertising
—Scenic designers help create art for the performance venues on
property, where Guests watch stories from some of our most beloved
animated lms play out live in front of them.
WHAT CAN THE DISNEY
COLLEGE PROGRAM DO FOR ME?
While on the COLLEGE PROGRAM
, participants have the opportunity to
learn transferable skills, such as:
TIME MANAGEMENT —Understand how to identify priorities.
PARTNERSHIP —Collaborate with other Cast Members to provide a
magical experience for our Guests.
PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE —Learn to educate our Guests about our
COMMUNICATION —Interact with Guests and Cast Members from
around the world.
PROBLEM SOLVING —Make on-the-spot decisions aecting our Guests.
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT —Provide constructive feedback to
enhance and improve operations.
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NETWORK, NETWORK, NETWORK!
One of the most valuable parts of the program is your
opportunity to network with other designers and artists.
There are several networking forums available where
participants can listen to Disney leaders discuss their
current roles and career history. Participants may have the
opportunity to meet with leaders such as an Imagineer
who designs attractions, an artist who creates lines of
apparel, or a Cast Member who designs merchandise
store layouts for our shops.
Once participants have completed the DISNEY COLLEGE
, they may have the opport