My name’s Amy. I work in watercraft. I’m here at Walt Disney World for the Disney College Program. What made me very interested in watercraft was just that it was something new. I didn’t really know what it entailed, but I knew it involved boats. As a watercraft cast member, I do a lot of audience control, and I also get to work on the boats I can either deck hand or drive. When I’m working my audience control positions, it’s all about making sure that our guests know where to go and they appropriately find their end destination safely and efficiently as possible. As a deck hand, your responsibilities are mostly to tie up the boat, make sure guests get on and off the boats safely. So, we have three different boats that typically you see outside of the Magic Kingdom. We have our ferry boats, we have our launches, and then we have our cruisers, and I am a cruiser pilot. All watercraft roles require that you have a boater safety license along with a driver license. You don’t have to have the boater safety license when you first start. Disney helps you, trains you, and helps you acquire that. Watercraft is a great role to have at the Disney College Program because you learn a lot of cool new skills. You get to learn how to drive a boat, and you also have a great thing to add to your resume. It’s going to lead to a lot of interesting conversations and genuine conversations because I can tell you that watercraft and driving the boats at Walt Disney World is a dream of a lot of people.