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How to Make Your Resume ROAR

How to Make Your Resume ROAR (Results Oriented and Relevant)

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Two of the most important characteristics of a resume are that the resume must be Results (not task) Oriented And Relevant to potential employers. Unfortunately, many resumes present the reader with life histories and/or restated job descriptions (task oriented) rather than statements of accomplishments (results oriented). Furthermore, many resumes do not clearly state how the potential employer will benefit from hiring the potential employee. They leave that to the potential employer to determine. These two problems may lead to the resume being ignored.

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Internships with the Mouse

This is lifted directly from the Disney Internship Pages.

Our Company is dedicated to excellence in entertainment that ignites the spirit and warms the heart of each and every Guest. To set the scene we hire a wide range of professionals, including specialists in wardrobe, lighting, scenic design, production, stage management, and much more. In the Disney Professional Internship Entertainment role, participants have the opportunity to develop their technical skills in costuming, entertainment management, production, and even stage technician roles.

Internships in Entertainment may include:

  • Costumer
  • Costuming Buyer
  • Costuming Communications
  • Costuming Design
  • Costuming Management
  • Costuming Project Analyst
  • Costuming Workroom
  • Entertainment - Management/Disney Event Group
  • Entertainment - Production/Disney Event Group
  • Entertainment Resource Center
  • Entertainment Stage Technician

Positions are generally posted between late August - October (for spring programs) and late January-March (for fall programs).