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If you want to have a big role in the future of Walt Disney World, you have to start somewhere. Many of today’s managers and executives started on the front line and worked their way to where they are now … Continue reading
Touting the motto “Heroes Work Here. Employ excellence. Hire veterans” President and Chief Executive Officer Robert A. Iger announced a new company-wide initiative to hire, train and support returning veterans yesterday at The Walt Disney Company’s (NYSE: DIS) Annual Shareholder … Continue reading
In 1926 Walt Disney was just trying to make his way in Hollywood. He would take whatever jobs he could get, including one from a Dentist back in Kansas City who wanted a short film he could show to encourage … Continue reading
Got a background in computer graphics and 3D lighting or rendering? Then Burbank make be calling you. Walt Disney Animation Studios is currently hiring a Lighting & Rending Assistant Technical Director. Actually, there appears to be quite a bit of … Continue reading