It is no secret that the Walt Disney World Resort is one of the top vacation destinations in the world. We host thousands of international visitors each year. As a Disney Internships & Programs participant, there is a very strong possibility that you will have the opportunity to interact with international guests each day. It isn’t uncommon to encounter guests whose native language is something other than English.

In the spirit of providing excellent guest service, cast members can take an assessment to earn language symbols (up to five symbols) for their nametag. These symbols allow guests and fellow cast members to quickly identify someone who speaks a specific language.

  • Most assessments can be conducted over the phone.
  • American Sign Language assessments require a brief in-person test.
  • Native speakers of languages other than English do not require an assessment. They simply need to ask their manager to submit a request.

If good conversational ability is demonstrated during the assessment, especially in the area of guest service, a new nametag will be ordered. The process takes approximately two weeks.

If you are an incoming participant who speaks a language other than English and would like to showcase your ability to our guests, be sure to contact the Disney Internships and Programs Service Center at Vista Way for more information after you have arrived.

Language Pins Currently Available

Afrikaans American Sign Language Arabic Armenian
Bambara Bahasa Indonesia Bemba Cambodian
Cantonese Cebuano Croatian Cymeraeg
Danish Dutch French Farsi
Finnish Gaelic German Greek
Gujarati Hebrew Hindi Hungarian
Italian Japanese Korean Kiswahili
Kreyolaysyen Letuviu Melayu Mandarin
Nepali Ndebele Norwegian Portuguese
Polish Punjabi Romanian Russian
Samoan Spanish Setswana Serbo-Croatian
Shona Sindebele Siswati Swedish
Taiwanese Tagalog Telegu Teing Viet
Thai Turkish Urdu Venda
Xhosa Zulu



Chris, Disney Internships and Programs Communications Team