Former Construction Management Intern at The Walt Disney Company
over 1 year ago
First off, it's gonna act as more of a conversation than an interview. So be personable. Disney is a customer service oriented company, so be yourself during the whole thing, they can pick up on it. You have to be interested in the company. There are many that are trying to get the exact same internship, just being a good student won't cut it. You have to go beyond their expectation. Ask questions, a lot of them. This shows that you're interested in the role. Which I suggest asking questions pertaining to construction and the projects that the specific department works with. Your knowledge from school will just come to you if they ask you questions. Ask about partnerships, and working as a team. Disney is a relationship company, so networking and getting to know others is very important. Ask about the internship in general, what outcomes do most other interns come out with? What's the background of the internship? There's many questions that you can ask, and they will be impressed. They are looking for people who will add to their team, so again be yourself, and rely on making conversation with the interviewer.