The Disney Horticulture Orientation Video I Produced will be used for many years to come.

Oh, hello there. How nice of you to visit my blog. (I love you.)

This past summer I had the pleasure of producing an orientation video for the Disney Professional Horticulture Internship Program. It was a lot of work, but a really fun and rewarding project.

Disney is a NO KILL company. Injured rabbits, alligators, snakes, birds, etc all go to Disney’s animal rehabilitation center.

The pest management department controls the general household pests and the native wildlife on all of Disney’s property. They preform preventative maintenance, answer corrective calls from cast members and guests, and educate cast members about pests.

Disney has great internship opportunities for horticulture students! There’s the summer Professional Horticulture Internship and the spring Horticulture Project Internship with Horticulture Department. Epcot’s “The Land” also offers Plant Science, Entomology, Biotechnology, and other internships during the spring and summer.

If you’re interested in more than one, you’re in luck. Students can re-apply for the same, or a different, internship after completing their first. Check out available internships today, at If you have any questions about the programs let me know.

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10 thoughts on “The Disney Horticulture Orientation Video I Produced will be used for many years to come.

  1. This blog is diverse and interesting 😀 Good job! I do have to admit though, something pertaining to “horticulture” would not have been something I would’ve associated with Disney.
    But now it makes perfect sense!
    This shows how much we can learn each day.

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    1. Thank you Thys! That’s the nicest comment ever! I’m glad you like it! …Yeah, horticulture is definitely not the first thing that comes to mind when most people think of Walt Disney World. But I really think that it’s one of the main things that makes the parks as ridiculously beautiful as they are. 🙂


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