September 18, 2009

Walt Disney World Internship Opportunities

The Epcot Science team is looking for college students and recent graduates (within 6 months of Bachelors degree) to participate in our fun and challenging six-month internship in several different agricultural and science education fields. They are currently looking for students to fill internships for the Spring 2010 (late December 2009 - late June 2010) and the Fall 2010 terms (mid-June 2010 to early-January 2011). Interested students should email a cover letter, resume, school transcript, and one letter of recommendation to When addressing correspondence, please include the name of Les Frey, Student Coordinator, to ensure timely and efficient mail delivery. Selected students will be interviewed via phone by a Walt Disney World representative to further discuss the internship.

Disney's Animal Programs is responsible for the care and welfare of the animals across Walt Disney World® Resort property, including those living at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge, Tri-Circle D Ranch and The Seas with Nemo & Friends® Pavilion at Epcot®. Additionally, Disney's Animal Programs includes Plant Science and Entomology at The Land Pavilion at Epcot. Disney's Animal Programs also shares conservation messages with Guests and Cast Members (a.k.a. employees) and champions the wise use of resources across the Walt Disney World Resort property.

Disney's Animal Programs Professional Internships are unique in that they incorporate a wide range of disciplines including Zoology, Education, Biology, Conservation, Veterinary Science, Plant Science, Chemistry, Animal Husbandry and more. Visit the "Animal Program Roles" section to learn more about specific opportunities and hear testimonials from students currently taking part in Professional Internships through Disney's Animal Programs.

Interested students, please visit Click on "Walt Disney World® Resort," and select "Apply Now," then choose "Animal Programs/EPCOT Science." You will find more information about the plant science, entomology, biotechnology, and aquaculture positions under "Animal Program Roles."

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