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Since 1992, Disneyland® Paris has committed to providing jobs and training for young people. We have developed a special range of job offers in line with their needs, training and availability. We work with schools to welcome students and enable them to acquire real professional experience in an enriching and motivating environment. How are we doing? According to the Universum 2020 ranking, Disneyland Paris is one of the 5 most appealing employers for graduates of 2- or 3-year degree programs, and in the Top 10 for Business School students. Check out our many opportunities!

Our Student Contracts

Are you available during school holidays, weekends or several weeks during the year? Whatever your studies or diplomas, Disneyland Paris offers a variety of contracts for candidates living in France and Europe. What’s in it for you? An opportunity to acquire practical skills and qualifications to boost you in your future career. Check out our many career areas, and choose the position and contract that fits you best, for a few weeks… or a few years.

  • A Wide Range of Opportunities

    Want to join us? Internship, apprenticeship, seasonal contract, weekend job… our video shows the full range of student jobs available at Disneyland Paris. Choose the best match with your needs, your studies and your availability... and apply today! Launch your career with us and shoot for the moon!

  • Your Internship at Disneyland Paris

    An internship bridges the gap from theory to practice. For us, internships are real job opportunities providing a window into a profession and enabling you to integrate within a close-knit team. You will be assigned a mentor who will be your go-to person, providing support while allowing you to grow into your job and thrive. Housing solutions are available if you live outside the Île-de-France region or in another country. Check out our job offers.

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  • Join us for an Apprenticeship

    Apprenticeship offers the best of both worlds. At Disneyland Paris, we believe that this is a unique opportunity to become immersed in a profession, under the guidance of a caring mentor. Our Cast Members transmit their knowledge of operational functions and cross-functional professions. Depending on your studies, this program can last between one and three years, with an apprenticeship contract or a vocational training contract. Housing solutions are available if you live outside the Île-de-France region or in another country. Check out our job offers.

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  • Weekend Jobs for Students

    Are you a student living in the Île-de-France region and available on weekends? Join us and become part of the magic we offer to all our guests at Disneyland Paris! No specific degree or certificate is required: you just need to be at least 18 years old, speak intermediate level English (A2/B1), enjoy working on a team and be motivated! We can offer you a 16-hour permanent contract (8 hours on Saturday and 8 hours on Sunday), in one of our sales, greeting (mainly in attractions), food & beverage or a hospitality positions.

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  • Seasonal Temporary (CDD) Contracts

    You are at least 18 years old, available during school holidays or seasonally, and want to provide our guests with a truly magical welcome. Do you have great team spirit? Then you are just the person we are looking for! We offer a contract tailored to your specific needs, from 2 weeks to 8 months. Good news: our seasonal contracts are open to all French residents and European passport holders, and housing solutions are available if needed.

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Our Education Initiatives

Helping young people down the path to employment is one of our priorities. To train and recruit talent, we work with a wide range of schools, from middle schools to graduate schools. Specially trained Cast Members–our Campus Reps–represent Disneyland Paris to the students. We also launch practical initiatives and create dedicated apprenticeship classes to train students for hospitality, food & beverage and maintenance professions. These long-term projects help young people make career choices, promote theoretical and practical learning, and open the door to job opportunities at Disneyland Paris.

  • Partnering with a Vast Network of Schools

    Recruitment forums, career testimonials, practical projects, apprenticeship programs: we work with a wide network of schools, from middle schools to graduate programs. Our goal is to enable students to explore our professions in a variety of fields, such as tourism, hospitality, food & beverage, sales, communication, marketing, and more. For example, we work with the UTEC vocational school, the Créteil school system and Audencia Business School to implement targeted programs. Together, we help young people with their career choices and contribute to creating vocational training that aims for excellence.

  • Food & Beverage Apprenticeship Training with Disneyland Paris and the ‘CFA des Chefs’

    Our destination has joined the ‘CFA des Chefs’, the first inter-company Apprenticeship Training Centre (CFA) for Food & Beverage professions. On the agenda: Several Food & Beverage programmes lasting 1 or 2 years in an extraordinary work environment. Once selected for an apprenticeship by Disneyland Paris, there’s no need to start looking for a school! Joining us via the CFA des Chefs guarantees you admission at the partner training centre nearest your home.

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  • Our Campus Reps Program

    Selected from among our Cast Members and specially trained for this mission, our Campus Reps embody our professions. They meet with middle school, high school and university students, and answer their questions by presenting our professions and career possibilities, motivating them to join us…. Each year, they form pairs to visit schools and present, through their personal and shared experiences, the many facets of our professional universe.

  • Our Equal Opportunity at Schools Initiatives

    Equal opportunity is a keystone of our company. That’s why Disneyland Paris supports middle school and high school students with disabilities and helps them to explore our job opportunities through open days or 1- or 2-week ‘discovery’ placements. We also help them gain insight into the working world through workshops on CV writing or preparing for a job interview. Training sessions, coaching and work placements also enable us to provide job search support to these students.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you motivated to become a Cast Member? Yes, but… you still have some questions about recruitment criteria, housing, arrival conditions, onboarding, compensation or health insurance? You are in the right place: find answers to your questions in our FAQ’s.

  • What offers and services are available to me as a Student Cast Member?

    As a student Cast Member, you are eligible for the same offers and services as all Cast Members: 80% of commuting costs reimbursed, transportation expenses reimbursed for Cast Members living outside of the Île-de-France region (one round-trip, price ceiling applies), low-rent temporary housing, 17 company restaurants in which part of the meal cost is covered by Disneyland Paris, complementary access to parks for you and your family (after working 30 days on a 60-day minimum contract), 25% reduction in Disneyland® Paris boutiques and restaurants. Plus, a dedicated Cast Member boutique offers deals on Disney products … and you can take advantage of all the offers from our Comité d’Entreprise (Works Council).

  • What housing options are available for students?

    Priority for our Cast Member housing goes to those who live outside the Île-de-France region. All our housing is subject to availability and certain eligibility conditions.

    Do you have a 28-day or longer internship contract? If you live outside the Île-de-France region, we can offer you – under certain conditions –furnished, equipped housing (individual or with a roommate) in one of our Disney residences. Accommodation fee will be paid by the company for the duration of your internship.

    Do you have an 8-month or longer temporary (CDD) contract, a permanent (CDI) contract, an apprenticeship or vocational training contract? If you live outside the Île-de-France region, you can be housed in one of our 6 temporary partner residences, located near our parks, for a maximum of two years. This housing consists of affordable, furnished and equipped individual studios. The monthly accommodation fee, including charges, is a maximum of 610 euros and these residences are eligible for the APL (state housing subsidy). Apprentices and students with vocational training contracts can benefit, in addition to the APL, from the “MobiliJeune” measure. The residence can provide assistance with administrative procedures and also help find other housing at the end of the 2-year period.

    Do you have a temporary (CDD) contract for less than eight months? If you live outside the Île-de-France region, you can either be housed in one of our Disney residences (individual or with a roommate) or in an off-site residential hotel (two people per unit) for the duration of your contract. All the apartments are furnished and equipped, affordable and near our parks. Your place of residence will be communicated to you a few days before your arrival.

  • What is the arrival procedure for Disneyland Paris housing?

    Have you been recruited and are eligible for housing? Welcome! For all questions concerning access and moving into the housing units, contact When your housing assignment has been confirmed, our teams will send you all the details, including: possible residences, rent and down payment, and date and time of arrival. A few days before your arrival, you will receive an email with the address of the assigned residence and access information. Please note: our team offices are closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. If your contract begins on a Monday, your arrival date will be the preceding Friday.

  • What can I expect on my first day at Disneyland Paris?

    All our Cast Members join an orientation program when they arrive at Disneyland Paris. You will learn about Disney values, history and culture, meet your team and become familiar with your workplace and responsibilities. For certain jobs in food & beverage, boutiques and the parks, and depending on your contract, you will also be given job-specific training. For more information about onboarding at Disneyland Paris, go to the “About Us” page.

  • What health coverage will I have?

    If this is your first job, you will automatically be affiliated with the Régime Général de la Caisse Primaire d’Assurance Maladie (French social security). You will be attributed a temporary Social Security number for use during your application process. Within one month after your start date, you will receive a letter at home from the social security office to complete your application. Your Carte Vitale (healthcare ID card) with your definitive Social Security number will be sent to you once your application has been validated.

    If you are a European Union resident, a birth certificate in the official European format is required to be eligible for healthcare benefits in France. This certificate is available at the Town Hall of your place of birth or living. If you do not live in France, contact your home country’s national health service to find out the reimbursement procedure if you require healthcare during your first month of work in France.

  • How am I paid at the end of the month?

    At the end of each month, Disneyland Paris will deposit your salary directly into your bank account, either in France or abroad. This means you will need to give your banking details to the Personnel Department of your division. If you want to open a bank account in France, we can help. Just ask us when you sign your contract.