A blog for future DCP's by past and present DCP's.

30th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: are lifeguards always needed for dcp since almost everyone is getting asked about it?

Disney needs people who can be lifeguards and that probably requires asking almost everyone if they can and are willing to apply for that role.

30th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: Your blog is awesome and in a way, it's relieving my stress about this whole process haha. It took about 21 days to get my WBI and the next day i had my PI. So now it's the waiting game...which is absolutely agonizing but again, thank you for this blog!!!

Thank you! Hope you get good news at the end of your waiting game.

Good luck!

30th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: What do I do if I cannot remember my username and password for my Dashboard login?

Contact the DCP

30th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: Is a pompadour haircut in disney look?

There’s a picture of a guy in the Disney Look book that I have that has a hairstyle similar to the pompadour hairstyle but I think it also depends on how you style it. Have your hair how you want it and on Check-in day you will be told if you have to cut your hair or not.

30th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: Do you have to go to school in the US to be in the DCP?

No. They have an International DCP for people out of the US. You do have to be attending school when you apply.

28th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: What is Traditions? What does it cover and involve doing? Thanks!

Traditions is a class you have to take, usually on the third day of Check-in that covers the history of the Walt Disney Company. You’ll also visit a park during the class.

28th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: My dream job with the DCP would be to work recreation, specifically children's activities. Is there a way to say this during the interview, because the other jobs under the recreation umbrella don't appeal to me.

Yes, you can mention which Role you would really like to work and if Disney thinks you are a strong candidate for it, they can put you in that Role.

28th September 2014

Question

Anonymous said: I received an email asking me to complete a character performance interview. I know I listed that option as low interest. Do you think I should still attend the interview? On top of that I think I am to tall and over weight to be a character performer, I'm male and 6ft tall exactly. Also, is this the only opportunity they are considering me in? I had stated I have higher interests in other areas on my application.

No, if you listed that Role as low interest, I do not see why you would have to complete a character performance review, especially if you have no interest in doing that Role.