Festival of the Lion King (FoTLK)is a main stay show at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World. It consistently receives the highest ratings in guest feedback, so that when Disney decided they want to build “Pandora – The World of Avatar” in Camp Minnie-Mickey,… Read More »Festival of the Lion King performers past and present unite to recreate finale at home
With Disneyland and Walt Disney World closing its parks, shopping and dining districts, and soon the hotels, the company has begun to make good on the promise of donating surplus food to those in need in the communities they’re a part of. Disney has released… Read More »Disneyland and Walt Disney World begin program of sharing surplus food with local food banks
This morning Disney Parks and the nonprofit organization, Points of Light, hosted Family Volunteer Day at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. The event celebrated the power of volunteerism and honored the Aguirre family of McAllen, Texas, who were recently named the first ever Disney… Read More »Disney celebrates 3 million volunteer hours on Family Volunteer Day
Ever wondered how those creative forces at The Walt Disney Company (TWDC) continue to dazzle us in front of the cameras and behind the scenes? Wonder no more – find out with One Day at Disney! One Day at Disney is a stellar collaboration between… Read More »One Day at Disney: The Book and Documentary Series We Have Been Waiting For
A duo of Disney Dreamers are stepping into new roles as Walt Disney World Resort Ambassadors. Congratulations to Marilyn West and Stephen Lim who will represent the over 74,000 cast members of Walt Disney World. This position elevates cast members who work at the resort… Read More »Walt Disney World welcomes new Ambassador team
After a long and difficult period of negotiation, that included the union putting a living-wage measure on the Anaheim city ballot, the Disneyland Resort has reached agreement with its largest labor unions for a minimum wage rate increase of 40 percent within two years of… Read More »Disneyland and its largest labor unions reach agreement for higher wages
The Disneyland Resort is proposing a 36 percent increase in wages over three year’s span for its largest union contract. This would put its Master Services cast members at $15 per hour by 2020, two years before California’s minimum wage increases to that same amount.… Read More »Disneyland increasing starting wage for cast members, promising $15 an hour by 2020.
Want to work for Mickey Mouse? The annual spring hiring event at Walt Disney World is underway as part of an effort to fill over 3,500 roles across the resort. Available positions include full-time, part-time and seasonal roles within housekeeping, transportation, lifeguard, food and beverage… Read More »Walt Disney World searching for 3,500 new cast members