ORLANDO, Fla. – Teens learned about the value of self-image along with showcasing what they’ve learned on the third day of the Disney Dreamers Academy on Saturday.

The theme for the day was “Confidence” focusing on the work they need to do to make their dreams come true.

Dreamers were taught about how to present themselves and make a good impression. The students learned about creating their personal brand and image via their attire from some of the fashion industry’s biggest names including stylist Misa Hylton and Jerome Lamar. Several Dreamers participated in a fashion show to showcase their new looks.

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Disney Dreamers participate in a fashion show Credit: Cyril Josh Barker photo

Students also got a chance to hear more inspiring words from Disney Dreamer Academy celebrity ambassador Halle Bailey and actress Marasai Martin during the “Good Neighbor” lunch.

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Dreamers attended a panel discussion in the afternoon during the “Conversations With…” session that was moderated by WABC New York anchor Sade Bederinwa, who interviewed actress Dominique Thorn, film producer James Lopez and ballet dance Aesha Ash. Special guest for the day also included gospel singer Pastor Mike Jr., gospel group The Walls and Questlove

Sade Baderinwa Credit: Cyril Josh Barker photo
(L to R) Film producer James Lopez, actress Dominique Thorn, ballet dancer Aesha Ash and Sade Bederinwa Credit: Cyril Josh Barker photo
The Walls

“When I was coming up, dreaming was like a four-letter word like it was silly or a waste of time,” said Questlove. “Hopefully we can have that generational curse of not listening to our heart and always hustling and always scheming and trying to survive and struggle and really take time out for ourselves to really decide what it is we want to do.”

In the evening the teens showcased what they learned during their “Deep Dive” sessions on Friday at the “Bee 100 Cafe for the Senses Showcase and Dinner.” Dreamers took the stage to explain what they learned to make their professional dreams come true. Students also performed poetry, acting and music.

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The Dreamers Academy comes to a close on Sunday with a commencement ceremony. The students will reflect on what they’ve learned over the weekend before bidding one final farewell and going home.

This is the 16th year of Disney Dreamers Academy, a four-day mentoring program designed to broaden career awareness and create opportunities for 100 Black high school students and teens from underrepresented communities across America each year.

Disclosure: The Walt Disney Company paid for the travel and accommodations for several media outlets, including the AmNews, to cover the Disney Dreamers Academy. Disney did not review or approve any of our coverage.