Forgotten Disney College Program Locations | History & Secrets

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Starting in 1981 Walt Disney World started what they called the Magic Kingdom College Program. The Program is a paid internship for college students. In October of 1982 they changed the name to the Walt Disney World College Program. Up until 1988 all of the interns lived in what they called Snow White Village - off of Seven Dwars Lane near Highway 192 in Kissimmee! We will be finding what remains at Snow White Village and also take a closer look at the other complexes that were built for The Disney College Program after Snow White Village closed. The Commons (Used for The International Disney College Program), Chatham Square, Patterson Court & Vista Way were the housing locations for the interns up until Disney announced in March of 2020 that the Disney College Program was suspending its program due to the pandemic. Today's episode is full of Walt Disney World history and there are even some secrets including a very well known name signed in Let's take a closer look!

Hello and welcome to the World of Micah! I travel around filming everything and anything I find interesting –from theme parks to abandoned urban exploring. If you enjoy learning more about Disney history, tips & secrets or a fan of Disney World nostalgia you have come to the right place. I also enjoy showing Universal Studios history and taking a look of what’s left of from classic attractions like JAWS and ‪Back to the Future‬. More of an Urban Exploring fan? I travel around Central Florida and film everything from abandoned Toys “R” Us stores to abandoned attractions. I'm also a major Movie Buff! I have found the filming locations from such films as Edward Scissorhands & Halloween & Hocus Pocus!
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