Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Counting down the days!

I arrive in Disney 141 days from now (well almost 140 because it's 11:45 at night). I absolutely can't wait, this summer is going to seem so long because I am waiting for something to happen. So far I have been trying to figure out how I am going to maintain my status at school so I can register when I get beck from Florida. I really want to start packing and everything but I've got a while so I have to hold back the urge! The waiting is killing me!!!

Friday, March 27, 2009

Current Progress

I started this cross stitch over Christmas break and thought it was really cute mainly because it looks like my boyfriends cat and my dog. As you can see I've only gotten the dog started. I'm bummed I've been so busy with school and haven't had time to relax and work on it. Hopefully I'll have some progress updates soon because I really want to finish it because it is so cute.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Disney College Program

I found out today that I was accepted to participate in the Disney College Program at Walt Disney World. I am really excited about having this opportunity because it is something that I have wanted to do since I was only 12 years old. When I got my invitation to be a part of the program in the mail I started to cry because I was so excited. This is basically what it is about (taken from the Disney College Program Website):

Program Overview

The Disney College Program at the Walt Disney World® Resort is a one-of-a-kind, Disney-designed combination of education and work experience. Disney College Program Cast Members have the opportunity to:
  • Build transferable skills that include relationship building, problem solving, and written and verbal communication
    Obtaining and embracing these skills will help make participants an asset to any employer they have in the future, and these skills also will be helpful in their personal development.
  • Explore networking opportunities at the Walt Disney World Resort
    Participants have numerous opportunities to meet Disney leaders, attend learning activities hosted by Disney executives and make the connections they want to learn more about the professional roles available at the Walt Disney World Resort.
  • Tap into educational opportunities that offer new courses coupling academic theory and Walt Disney World management expertise
    All participants have the opportunity to take courses and possibly earn college credit. These classes will provide additional insight into the leadership and management concepts you're learning in the workplace.
  • Earn real-world experience with a leader in the industry
    The Walt Disney World Resort has an international reputation for excellent Guest service and training, in addition to its popularity as the number-one vacation destination in the world.
  • Make friendships that cover the globe
    Disney College Program Cast Members work with a diverse Cast and live with people from around the country and possibly the world.
  • Enjoy the privileges of being a Walt Disney World Cast Member, including free theme park admission admission for you and your friends, and discounts on resort accommodations, merchandise and more
    Cast Members enjoy a wide variety of discounts at the Walt Disney World Resort and within the Central Florida community.
As a part of the Disney College Program I get to be an attractions cast member, which means I get to work on one of the rides at Disney World. The program is open to all majors, and there are several roles to chose from for the type of work you would like to do.

Another great thing is that the apartment you live in while in the program is only for college program participants and they have 24hr security, so you don't have to worry about who you are living next door to. I can't wait till I start my program; I'm scheduled for arrival on August 19th.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Spring Break

It is not officially spring break, and school is out for a week. Unlike many college students my spring break does not included getting trashed on a beach in Mexico. No my spring break is going to be much better. I get to stay at home and relax, work on the many craft projects I haven't been able to finish, and catch up on some much needed sleep. I'm going to see Andrew Bird in concert on the 21st and I'm looking forward to that.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The Jonas Brothers

OK, so yeah I'm almost 20 years old, but I absolutely LOVE the Jonas Brothers. In the beginning I thought they were kinda lame, but I went to a concert with my little sister and mom and I fell in love. I've been to 2 concerts and I'm going to see them again this weekend. I just can't get over how wonderful they are, not just their music, but them as people. They are good boys and they always say they just want to make their mom proud. Plus Joe is just too cute for words.