Back At It

Guess what! It’s been WAY too long since our last post, so I’m going to change that.

In the past 4-5 months since you last heard from us, an extremely hectic and stressful college semester has come and gone and another one has begun. Luckily, I graduated in December and no longer have school to stress and worry about. Unfortunately, this is not the case for Woody and our other friends. (You’ll probably be seeing more posts from me for a while as the others finish up school this semester.)

Now, what else has happened?… Oh yeah! So back in September I applied for another College Program, got accepted in October, and rode Mission: Space for the first time in my life. Woody and I successfully ran our first runDisney race (Tower of Terror 10-Miler), dressed up for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, and enjoyed Food and Wine Festival as 21-year-olds.

It’s hard to believe that starting in just 5 days my second college program, and the start of the rest of my life, begins. I cannot begin to describe my excitement for my role in Recreation this time around. If you’re reading this, I hope you will join me on this new adventure. I’m hoping to post once a week, maybe more depending on my work schedule, to keep the magic going. And you’ve probably noticed this already but the look of our page has changed. New adventure, new look!!

I am really looking forward to what the next 4 months have in store and I hope you come along for the ride!



For those interested in participating in the Disney College Program, Fall 2015 applications have gone live. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity and the experience of a lifetime, so click here to apply today! If you have any questions about the College Program, feel free to ask.

DCP Round 2

Hi everyone!!

So, I have good news!  I was accepted into another College Program for this coming fall.  I am really excited about this opportunity, but I have not made the decision yet to accept or not.  If I do accept the offer, I will be working Attractions, just like Woody!!

It’s possible that Woody and I will be taking on another DCP together in the fall.  I will definitely keep you all posted on what I decide to do.

As for our recent weekend at WDW, we took lots of photos and will be sharing them all soon.  We also went as full on tourists, experiencing the My Magic+, Fastpass+, and MagicBands like everyone else does.  We will be writing a review about all this too.

Have a magical day!! °o°


Woody is doing the Disney College Program!

Howdy! Oh gosh, I love being Woody 😀

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Anyways I wanted to update y’all on a little bit about my professional/personal life. I was accepted for the Fall Advantage Disney College Program! That means I’ll be spending the majority of 2014 working Attractions at Walt Disney World. For those of you who don’t know I previously participated in the Spring 2013 CP with Buzz – that is how we met! – and extended my program through that August. During that program I worked two roles Attractions and Hospitality.

I am so excited to be heading back to the Most Magical Place on Earth, and cannot wait to see what is in store for me! I will be keeping y’all updated on my time down in WDW and since I just recently moved to Florida, hopefully I will have several more updates and pictures for you guys. I have a DCP specific blog that you can visit here or here, and if any of y’all have any questions feel free to ask!

Have magical day folks!

– Woody

Check Out the Disney College Program!

Are you currently a college student?  Have you thought about studying abroad in a far away land, but can’t seem to talk yourself into going so far away?  What about wanting a company on your résumé that’s known worldwide?  If you answered yes to any of these questions then I have the perfect solution!  The Disney College Program.

As a Disney College Program Alumni, I know first hand that this is a fantastic experience and if you have the opportunity to go, you really should.  Many colleges and universities across the United States participate in the program.  This means that you are able to get credit back at your school for completing the program.  I was able to be considered a full-time student back home, while working and learning at Walt Disney World.  I received 12 credits for completing my program.  These included fulfilling my internship requirements, as well as elective requirements.

The Disney College Program is a PAID internship.  This alone makes it worth looking into.  You work full-time while you’re there, have the option to take classes through Disney, and have numerous opportunities to network with different leaders throughout the company.  I took one Disney course while there and it went along with my major perfectly.  I had Corporate Communications every Tuesday afternoon for the duration of the program.  Disney is aware of what classes you have enrolled in and will not schedule you to work on those days.  Tuesdays became one out of two days off during the week for me.

On those days off, you are free to go shopping, play in the parks, visit resorts, or just catch up on your laundry.  As a Disney Cast Member, you are able to go into the parks, on most days, for free.  During peak seasons, Disney will set “black out dates” in hopes to keep crowds as low as possible.  This means that cast members are not able to bring guests into the park using their main gate passes (tickets for family and friends).  The cast member themselves can still enter, but you probably wouldn’t want to fight through the crowds and wait in long lines anyway.  As Cast Members you will get spoiled with experiencing shorter wait times because you are able to be in the parks when it isn’t peak season.

You get to go into the parks whenever you want with friends who become family.  This right here is enough to make friendships that last much, much longer after your program ends.  You meet so many new people from all over the world.  Everyone is extremely friendly and willing to make new friendships.  You are all in the same boat, not knowing anyone, lost in a new place.  This is a great time to make new friends and some great connections that may help later on in life.

Disney is currently accepting applications for the Disney College Program for Fall/Fall Advantage 2014.  I encourage anyone you can to look into this amazing program.  It really will change your life.


Disney College Program: Welcome!

Hi guys! So a few of y’all said you wanted to hear a little bit more about the Disney College Program, what it entails, what we liked about, you get the point! Well I decided that I would make a blog quickly discussing my history with the DCP!

If y’all enjoy the video let us know, and maybe we can get Buzz, Mickey, Mike, and Perry to post a few blogs and blogs to!

Enjoy 😀

– Woody