Life After College?

Since I'm in my last semester of my senior year in college, the question that I've been asked more than anything in the world is "what are you going to do after college?" Quite honestly, I've never had an answer for that, because there are so many different things that I want to do that I've never really made up my mind. That was, until this past weekend. 

After thinking about doing the Disney College Program for about six months now, I finally decided to bit the bullet and just go for it. On Sunday night, around midnight, I decided to apply. After filling out my application online, I received an email that said I was a strong candidate and that I would go through to the second part of the application process: the web based interview. 

The web-based interview, or WBI, is probably one of the harder parts of the application to pass, and many don't make it to the third step of the application process. I'm pretty sure I held my breath through the entire WBI, and let out a huge sigh of relief after I finished it. At the very end I found out that I had passed the WBI (thank goodness) and would be able to schedule a phone interview. 

Now, there are some serious die-hard fans/fanatics in the Disney group on Facebook who have apparently been researching things for MONTHS in advance....Now, I've been looking over some sample questions and reading about the different roles, but I don't have my interview until Friday around 4:30, so I've got a little bit of time to do some more research about possible questions & my top roles. 

Ever since an old friend went and did the DCP, it's always been in the back of my mind of something that I'd like to do someday. However, I only get four years of TOPS (the scholarship that Louisiana does) and so taking time off hasn't ever been an option. Luckily, you can apply for the program the semester you're graduating, which means I have one more chance to apply and hopefully be accepted. 

I'm excited (and so nervous) to be applying when I know there are literally thousands of others going after the same jobs that I am looking at, but I honestly really hope that I get in. It's something that's really outside my comfort zone, which is awesome (and scary). So here's to nothing! 

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