WSU CAHNRS

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Department of Horticulture

Internships – Disney World

Florida

With internships available in a wide range of majors and durations, the possibilities are endless. Internships are paid and may include housing and/or relocation assistance. Eligibility and qualifications vary by position.

While the majority of our positions accept applications from January-March (for summer/fall), and August-November (for spring), positions may be posted at any time during the year, so we encourage you to check our site for updates regularly.

Explore your passion alongside some of the most inspiring talent around with a Disney Professional Internship.
Minimum Requirements:

  • College student or recent graduate (must apply within six months of graduation) with background and/or major in agriculture, plant science, horticulture, biology, biotechnology, entomology, aquaculture, education, or related field.
  • Team player with demonstrated verbal communication skills and the ability to interact positively with both Walt Disney World® Guests and fellow Cast Members.
  • Demonstrated work ethic, reliable transportation, and willingness to work on a flexible schedule.
  • Willingness and ability to adhere to the
    Walt Disney World® personal appearance standards.
  • Completed online application.

How to Apply:

Go to http://disneyinterns.com/science. Click “Apply Now” at the bottom of the page, find the internship(s) you are interested in applying for, and fill out the application(s).

On your application, please upload your resume and current transcripts (including your name, cumulative GPA, and any courses you are currently taking).
Agricultural Sciences
If you are a land lover, bring your knowledge of horticulture to Disney Professional Internships. You’ll gain invaluable experience in a variety of areas, including Aquaculture, Biotechnology, Entomology, and Plant Science, and be a part of the unique growing areas that make up Living with the Land, an agricultural attraction at Walt Disney World Resort. You’ll work alongside Horticulture experts and cultivate your talents. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance to work hands-on with a wide variety of plant, insect, and fish species and help bring the excitement of agriculture to millions of Epcot guests each year.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion at Epcot are accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums® (AZA).

Horticulture
Disney’s Horticulture is dedicated to creating and preserving the “magical” guest experience through horticulture. Through these actions, Disney’s Horticulture is an exemplary steward of the environment and a source of beauty, refreshment, and inspiration for all who work and play here. Disney’s Horticulture Professional Intern Program is designed to provide qualified students with the opportunity to further their knowledge through practical hands on work experience. Students will be assigned to various regions of the landscape operation. In addition to the work experience students must participate in the program activities, which include weekly seminars, projects and plant/pest identification.

Call or email us with any questions.

 

Telephone: (407) 560-7256

Email:
wdw.epcot.science.internship@disney.com

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