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  • Moving Sidewalk
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    Originally posted by DizDragon
    I have a follow-up question re: tattoos. Does anyone out there know if the visible ink policy applies to strictly backstage cast? I am thinking along the lines of stagehands, such as those for Fantasmic! or the Aladdin show in DCA, who work tech positions.
    Even backstage staff, such as you mentioned, walks through the parks at some point in time. There happens to be a place or two where the only way backstage from Point A to Point B is on a road where pedestrians are prohibited (too narrow--no sidewalks). And when the trams aren't operating, you have to walk through the park.

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  • dramaqueen
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    DL Day custodial baby!

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  • Malibu Minion
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    Originally posted by dramaqueen
    Ahh, the disney look- I remember it well........

    DQ, did you used to work there?

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  • dramaqueen
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    Ahh, the disney look- I remember it well........

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  • MickeyMan
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    Here is a Quote straight from the Disney Jobs Site.

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  • dramaqueen
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    I am pretty certain that all tatoos must be covered in order to work there. I worked with CM's who covered them with makeup or just wore longer sleeves all the time. You are even allowed to have your tongue pierced as long as you keep a clear stud in it. It makes sense to me that these standards would be uniformly enforced, regardless of whether you are on stage or back stage as stagehands do have indirect contact with the public and can be seen onstage.

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  • DizDragon
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    I have a follow-up question re: tattoos. Does anyone out there know if the visible ink policy applies to strictly backstage cast? I am thinking along the lines of stagehands, such as those for Fantasmic! or the Aladdin show in DCA, who work tech positions.

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  • thndrmtnskp
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    Originally posted by FloggingMorgy
    so...age requirements for anything...?
    attractions you have to be over 18 under that you're automaticly put into foods

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  • dramaqueen
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    http://www.micechat.com/showthread.php?t=895

    Here is one

    also check the "break room" for different threads about this.

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  • dramaqueen
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    There are several threads on this. It depends on your opinions and what is important to you, etc.

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  • FloggingMorgy
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    so, then what's the best place to work?

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  • dramaqueen
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    You can probably keep your sideburns I agree with the advice to dress professionally and definitely behave that way! They are looking for people who will maintain the appearance and demeanor of the park and interact well with guests. Just don't act like too much of a Disney geek A cheerful and helpful personality will get you just as far.

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  • Retlaw Yensid
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    I will work there one day...but I guess I would have to say good bye to my side burns....

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  • Mr_Chopsticks
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    Awwww I always wanted a job at DL but my braids are too long

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  • tabacco
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    Another interview suggestion for Disney: Smile. They really do look for it.

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  • Malibu Minion
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    I think 16 or older? I'm not sure.

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  • FloggingMorgy
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    so...age requirements for anything...?

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  • TinkPink
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    Oh and a hint: DRESS UP! When I applied most people were in jeans and casual wear. I wore a suit and I stood out. It shows you are taking it seriously and it is not just a silly summer job to get your parents off your back like a lot of them. My interviewer commented on this.

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  • TinkPink
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    And the ONE hair color shouldn't be purple, green, orange, blue or fire engine red, by the way.

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  • cellarhound
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    Originally posted by ah schucks
    Hide tattoos, men should be clean shaven and all people should have one color hair. Hope this helps.
    Actually they have too look like Charlie Brown... Bald with one hair that is colored...

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