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Tarpon Springs Campus – Disney Information Session

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The Tarpon Springs Campus at SPC hosted a Disney Information Session for students on Thursday October 8th. Current students wanting to gather information about the internship program were able to hear from former Cast Members who have experienced the Disney Magic. We even had a few students present who were just accepted into the program.

In the past few years SPC has seen an increase of students applying to and being accepting by the Disney College Internship Program.  Students reside on Disney property and are paid to work in a variety of different cast positions from characters to ride attendants to hotel operations and lifeguarding. During their time at Disney, students can take classes at Disney while continuing their courses online at SPC.  Disney mentors students and offers opportunity for professional growth.

This experience can be used as an internship in the Hospitality and Tourism Program and depending on where a student works – SPC credit internships in other program areas may qualify. Stop by the Career and Transfer Hub to learn more about Disney Internships, and who knows, you may even be able to create some Disney Magic.

“See ya real soon!”

Tarpon Springs Career Services

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