Updated for 2016!!: 2016 DCP Weekly Housing Rents
**Some DCP roles, like lifeguarding and attraction positions, get a $1/hr. wage premium.
May 2015 Update: Minimum pay rate for CPs is now $9.50/hr.! In July 2016, it goes up to $10.hr.!!
The current fall 2014 housing costs range from $78 to $109 per week depending on the size of the apartment and which apartment complex a participant is assigned to live in during his or her DCP program. Apartments have two to four bedrooms (with two or three participants in each bedroom).
Housing costs are automatically deducted weekly from cast members’ paychecks, so they don’t have to worry about turning in a check at the beginning of the month. This cost includes all utilities such as electricity, cable hookup, waste disposal, recycling, and local phone service; as well as the various resort-style amenities, such as pools, gyms, etc. featured at each complex.
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Ever wonder what it’s like to work for Disney???
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