The number to verify Disney employment is:
(800) 800-4857, ext. 9000, Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm EST
It costs $20US to verify your employment at the Walt Disney Company. They will only verify that you were employed by Disney as a cast member and the dates that you were employed.
They will not give out salary info, specific job info other than Cast Member, points/reprimands, or rehire status. The company that Disney hired to do their employment verification for them (Vjsus) has no access to that personnel information.
NEW Disney Casting Number: 844-559-2278!
If you need information on your rehire status, call 844-559-2278, then press 2, then 1, then 7, then 0,and then ask for Casting Records. This is the ONLY way to talk to a live cast member and get out of the phone tree! (Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm, Eastern Time)
To Check on Your W-2: Call Casting Number above, then press 2-1-8-0 to check on your W-2 form. Or, you can email HR with the request at: TWDC.Global.HR.Operations@disney.com
Email address for Disney Casting for CPs is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many CPs wonder how to put their time at the Disney College Program internship on their resume.
Below is how we listed it. If you took a learning class at Disney University (DU), be sure to add that in. (But, it’s not necessary to put down what grade you got.)
Leaders and Coordinators can’t give out formal recommendation letters to CPs. But, you can always use your CP friends and coworkers as references!
You should have also received a written end-of-program DCP evaluation form from your coordinator before your last day. You can use this to document your program participation dates to your university or to any future employers.
For more tips on putting Disney on your resume: Tips for Writing Your Disney Resume
If you would like to connect with me through LinkedIn, my link is: www.linkedin.com/in/arielcollins.
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