It seems like 8 out of 10 CMs in the parks (and resorts) are in the college program. This appears to be a double-edged sword: Pros - they are insanely upbeat, enthusiastic, bright-eyed, and bushy tailed. They are too new on the job to be cynical and jaded. They are just so happy to be there, no matter what it is they are doing. Cons - The reliance on this near slave labor allows Disney (I am assuming - I've never been on the inside) to keep "regular" cast members to build long, lasting (i.e., more expensive) careers at Disney. So you have fewer CMs there who are dedicated to the company for life. Also, the CP CMs sometimes just don't know stuff. Like, basic stuff. And I've gotten wrong information more than once. Thoughts?