In order to be considered for a Disney Professional Internship, you must be able to provide your own work authorization at the time of application. If you study at a U.S. school on an F-1 visa and are able to obtain a CPT or OPT from your school for the length of the internship, this would qualify. You should check with your Designated School Official to find out more about the steps in this process and any criteria your school may have.
For students studying at a college or university outside of the United States, you would need to have your own work authorization at the time you apply in order to meet these eligibility requirements.
If you are selected to participate in a Professional Internship, it is imperative that you have all of your work authorization documents physically with you at the time of check in. Otherwise, you will not be able to begin your internship.
If you are interested in opportunities open to students studying outside of the U.S., a great place to start would be the Disney International Program. The International Program offers a wide variety of opportunities for students to intern with Disney from all around the world. More information on the program and qualifications can be found at www.disneyinternationalprograms.com. To stay connected, we encourage you to sign up HERE for email updates, so that you can be notified when a particular program is recruiting.
If you are interested in a full-time teaching opportunity in China, Disney English would be a great option. For more information about the application process, please visit disneycareers.com/teach-english-in-china for a detailed description.
If you are interested in an opportunity aboard one of our cruise ships, please visit disneycareers.com/Disney-cruise-line where you can contact a procurement ally in your region to apply for available opportunities.
Additionally, search the DisneyCareers.com site for positions in other regions.
Best of luck to you!