A few questions

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  1. DisneyAllyC

    DisneyAllyC Princess Ally

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    I have a few questions and I hope I get answers.

    I want to keep applying to this program until I get in so these are my questions

    1. Do I have to apply twice if I apply for Disney World and Disney Land?

    2. Do I have to apply twice if I want to apply for an advantage and a regular program?

    3. If I'm like 24 or 25 when I graduate from college, will I be too old to do it the semester after I graduate?
     
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  3. NguyMH

    NguyMH Earning My Ears

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    I'm just going to reply from my experience during my application.

    1) No, they will ask you during the application if you are interested in working in WDW and/or DL.

    2) No, They will ask you which program you prefer and if you are interested in the advantage.

    3)I don't think there's an age limit. I got accepted and I'm going to be 24 by the time my program starts this upcoming spring.

    Good Luck!!!
     
  4. DisneyAllyC

    DisneyAllyC Princess Ally

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    But I want to better my chances of getting in so I want to choose both DL and DW so can I choose both or do I have to apply twice to apply for both?
     
  5. NguyMH

    NguyMH Earning My Ears

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    Just choose both :) Good luck! But I think applications closed on 11/2 I'm not sure though.

    EDIT: You also increase you chances by being open to many roles! Just keep that in mind. I only marked 2 or 3 roles as no interest and everything else was high to medium interest
     
  6. khancock

    khancock DIS Veteran

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    they both use the same application.

    However, keep in mind that no matter how they try to spin it, they are NOT the same outside of the basic idea.

    Just a quick example-
    Courses are mandatory at DL. They are optional at DW.

    If you get offered, you have to submit about $860 to accept the offer from DL. Only abour $300 for DW.

    Transportation to work is available at DW. In california, you have to use public transit if you don't have your own car.

    Be sure to read everything very carefully and know what you are applying to do.
     

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