Disney Program

Disney College Program

  • Are you ready to build your resume and prepare for a future career?  

  • Are you a current LCCC student who has completed at least 12 credit hours and has a 2.0 GPA or better?

Through this program you have the opportunity to:

  • Earn LCCC credit through LCCC’s Work-Based Learning program
  • Take WDW college-level courses
  • Network with Disney leaders
  • Enhance your marketability in today’s job market

When completing a paid internships with Disney, you:

  • Have secured housing
  • Admission to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Theme Parks
  • Learn about next-step opportunities with The Walt Disney Company

To participate, you must:

  1. Complete a Disney College Program application at www.wdwcollegeprogram.com

    For questions call 366-4076 or email careers@lorainccc.edu.  For more information about the LCCC Work-Based Learning program, click here.

     

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