Here at we work directly with Walt Disney's hiring managers. Our connections allows us to personally reach out to these decision makers and give our recommendation of which candidates we want them to seriously consider for the job.

Steps to Apply (April 8th Deadline)

1. Register and attend our weekly virtual job fair at the link below

2. At the end of the virtual job fair, we will send you out a link for you to go and set up an appointment for a 1 on 1 talk with us.

3. We will personally get you in contact with a Walt Disney hiring manager or one of the many other veteran friendly companies we work with.

4. We will even put in a personal recommendation in for you to give you a much better chance of getting your dream job

Walt-Disney-Transitions-Hiring-Military-Veterans     Walt-Disney-Heroes-Work-Here-We-Hire-Military-VeteransHeroes Work Here, Disney’s company-wide commitment to hire and support military veterans and encourage other companies to hire them, is celebrating its third anniversary. Disney recently made its 5,000th veteran hire and has played a key role in encouraging other companies to hire those who have served. Companies who have attended Disney-hosted Veterans Institutes (day-long workshops that teach other companies how to create or enhance their existing veteran hiring programs) have reported collectively hiring 5,000 more veterans—for a total of 10,000 jobs for ex-military personnel. The Veterans Institute, which launched in Orlando, Florida in 2013, expanded its reach in 2014 with the introduction of the San Antonio Regional Veterans Institute, which took place at USAA Headquarters. More than 300 attendees from companies of all sizes were in attendance at the San Antonio event to learn from Disney about veteran hiring best practices. The next Heroes Works Here event is a Veterans Institute that will take place on June 5, 2015 at General Motors headquarters in Detroit. At The Walt Disney Company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders held Thursday, in San Francisco, California, Chairman and CEO Bob Iger took some time to recognize the Heroes Work Here initiative. “Disney is now consistently recognized as one of the world’s most admired companies, respected for our products and our people as well as our performance,” he said. “Our commitment to social responsibility and corporate citizenship includes hiring military veterans. Three years ago we launched Heroes Work Here to promote career opportunities for veterans and raise awareness of their tremendous value as employees. Since then, I am proud to say more than 5,000 former service men and women have become part of the Disney family. And another 5,000 veterans have found careers with companies across the country as a direct result of our program.