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This program requires registration before ticket package purchase.

Formulate strategies for personal and professional success, start planning for a promising future and discover how to navigate unexpected career highs and lows.

For groups of 10 or more.

  • Walt Disney World, Florida
  • Year-Round
  • Middle–Junior High, High School, Girl Scout Cadettes, Girl Scout Seniors
  • Starting Price

Program Overview

Disney's Hollywood Studios becomes the backdrop for students' exploration of self-awareness and the realization that they have the power to improve their circumstances through the choices they make each day. Students discover elements that make up their personal brand and the necessity of fostering their brand in order to protect a future they may not even have imagined yet.

Today's students are faced with an explosion of challenges and opportunities, both inside the classroom and beyond. With modern technology—particularly social media—students are often unaware how personal actions and behaviors can impact the opportunities for their future.

Through insightful discussion and engaging activities, students come to realize that they already hold the power to form positive impressions, develop valuable skills and forge relationships that can help them obtain their dreams. This power lies in the choices they make, and in the thoughtful management of their personal brand.

Learning Objectives

After completing Managing Your Personal Brand, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the influence of effective branding
  • Recognize that the process of corporate branding can be modified and applied to individuals
  • Recognize and discuss how personal appearance can affect perception
  • Recognize the impact of personal appearance on personal branding
  • Define the term personal branding
  • Learn how to take actionable steps to modify their personal appearance to reflect their inner character and personal brand and convey their promise of value
  • Discuss how their behaviors influence how others perceive them
  • Identify and modify behaviors in order to be reflective of their personal brand
  • Define the terms "skills" and "interests"
  • Identify personal skills
  • Identify various areas that they have control and/or no control over
  • Identify the benefits and consequences of social media publishing to their personal brand
  • Identify and articulate actionable steps to prevent inappropriate postings on social media sites
  • Recognize that their behaviors, social media postings and appearance are open to interpretation
  • Articulate the concept, benefits and consequences of personal branding
  • Articulate the need for flexibility and preparedness to take advantage of potential opportunities and overcome obstacles
  • Recognize the need for flexibility and preparedness to take advantage of potential opportunities and overcome obstacles

All programs subject to availability. Program content, times, attractions and locations subject to change due to inclement weather, availability or group dynamics. Students must meet minimum age/grade requirements.

National Core Standards

Disney Youth Education Series fulfill many of the National Core Standards. Review the standards explored through this experience.


Plan Your Trip

Park Location: Disney's Hollywood Studios®
Program Length: 3 hours
Program Grade Range: Grades 6 - 10

Below are 6 easy steps for planning your Disney Youth Education Series visit to Walt Disney World® Resort.

  1. Select the program(s) that best suits your group.
  2. Choose the dates you intend to visit. Disney Youth Education Series programs are available year-round. While we will work diligently to accommodate your request, we ask that you identify an alternate program date in case programming is not available on your preferred date.
  3. Submit a Program Request Form. Programs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Early registration is encouraged to ensure availability of your chosen program.
  4. Upon receipt of confirmation from the Disney Youth Programs team, you may purchase your value-priced group theme park Ticket Packages, which include your first Disney Youth Education Series program. Ask your Disney Youth Representative about adding additional programs during your visit to maximize your experience.
  5. You can also purchase tickets that include other Disney parks or events, including: Disney water parks, Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course, Disney's Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
  6. Be sure to request information on food and beverage options and convenient Disney on-site group hotel accommodations.

Additional Guests

Additional Guests are the perfect way to share the wonder and magic of your Walt Disney World® Resort visit. Students, friends and family can each enjoy their own special kind of Disney fun with the same great value-priced Disney Youth Education Series ticket packages!* The Disney Youth Education Series Additional Guest ticket package does not include participation in the Disney Youth Education Series program.

Additional Information

Disney Youth Representatives can guide you in choosing the programs that best suit your group, plan your food and beverage options and book your Disney Resort accommodations at special group rates.

*A minimum of 10 students is required and a maximum of one (1) adult may attend the program per every five (5) students. Minimum of 1 adult per 15 students must attend the Program. The number of Group Leaders and additional Guests (i.e. chaperones, parents, siblings, etc.) may not exceed the number of students.

Theme park admission is required and all participants must purchase a Disney Youth Education Series Ticket Package to attend any Disney Youth Education Series program. Use of an admission is required for entrance into the park on the date of your program. Tickets are valid for 7 days prior to your arrival date and after departure date. Annual passes, complimentary admission and regular front‐gate admission cannot be applied to the cost of a program.

All programs subject to availability. Program content, times, attractions and locations subject to change due to inclement weather, availability or group dynamics. Students must meet minimum age/grade requirements.


Use the downloadable materials below to share the objective and key learning points of this program with other teachers, administrators and parents. Also, refer to these materials for support in writing grant applications.

Download the Program Description Sheet

The program description sheet provides an overview of the experience and the key learning points of the program.

Download the Supplemental Materials sheet

Engage in these activities with your students either before or after your trip to the Disney theme parks.