Experience the adventure of a lifetime! Adventures by Disney™ provides immersive Disney-guided family vacation experiences to exciting destinations throughout six continents. Families traveling with Adventures by Disney™ receive extraordinary service while touring unique locations from Egypt to Ecuador, Costa Rica to China, Australia to Alaska, and more. With local experts, engaging activities, ample amenities and personal touches throughout, Adventures by Disney™ excites, thrills, and pleases family members of all ages.
Part concierge, guide and storyteller,
Adventure Guides make the journey unforgettable! No one tells a story like Disney. No one makes magical memories like an Adventure Guide. The Adventure Guides are a critical component of the overall adventure experience, impacting guest satisfaction and intent to return. In addition to serving as the primary contact and liaison for guests, Adventure Guides coordinate trip logistics (including transportation, luggage, meals and hotel accommodations), communicate daily itineraries and facilitate pre-arranged activities.
Be a guide for a Disney family vacation throughout the world.
The Best of the Rest
There are plenty of other sites that offer adventure jobs. These include many offerings at Back Door Jobs and amusement parks and dude ranch jobs at Cool Works. If you’re set to work on a cruise, check out the Carnival or Royal Caribbean cruises job sites. Visit TripSpot’s Cruises page to connect with more cruise lines.
It’s the night of the Academy Awards and you’re glued to the TV, dreaming of one day walking up the aisle and accepting your Oscar. Who hasn’t dreamed of running off to Hollywood and rubbing elbows with the rich and famous? And it isn’t only aspiring actors, writers and directors who dream. After all, the stars need someone to cook for them, fix their computers, manage their finances, etc. If you’re envisioning an office with a view of the Hollywood sign, polish up your resume and start searching the wealth of jobs listed online. You could be on a plane to LAX in no time. One of the best places to look is where the movies and television shows are produced. The major studios maintain sites where they post their current job listings and some allow you to apply online. You’ll find jobs sites at Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, New Line Cinema, Disney and Warner Bros. Sites specializing in entertainment industry jobs offer additional guidance. EntertainmentCareers.net and reeldirt.com give you great advice on how to get your foot in the door. They feature career profiles, helpful articles, educational resources and networking events.
Entertainment Employment Journal is an online magazine focusing on careers in the creative, professional, technical and production areas of the entertainment industry. In addition to job listings, you’ll receive lists of current film and television projects in pre-production; interviews with industry professionals; articles discussing how to break in, crossover or move up in your career; and a calendar of networking opportunities and industry events. A three-month subscription (2 issues per month) is $35.00.
Government Internships Being at the forefront of the action in Washington, D.C. is an adventure waiting to happen. Check with your representative or senator to see if they offer internships in the nation’s capital.
A White House internship is the crown jewel of all part-time government jobs. The unpaid internships are offered year-round, so if you are available any season besides summer you will be competing against a much smaller applicant pool. Interns work in a separate building than the president, though they usually meet him once or twice during their tenure. Apply very early and don’t expect to be paid.
The White House Internship: A Public Service Leadership Program
The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.
The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.
The application for the Spring 2014 White House Internship Program is now open.
To apply for the White House Internship Program, please see Apply Here. For application deadlines and program dates, please see Internship Timeline and FAQs.
The Hollywood Creative Directory has an extensive job board that you can browse free of charge, though you’ll need to buy a subscription to access contact information on just about everybody working in the "biz." You can post your resume at ShowBizJobs, and mandy.com will e-mail new job listings to you weekly.
If you’re willing to invest a little money in your search, you might consider purchasing a subscription to a job site. For $19.95 a month, Welcome to Crew Net gives you access to above- and below-the-line crew positions, both union and non-union. At Crew Call Jobs, you can subscribe as an actor or as one of three crew categories to receive specialized listings (the fees in each category vary).