Starting Monday morning at 9:00 a.m. eastern, you can submit your application for the Disney Moms Panel. The application process is capped at 20,000, so get your application in as soon as possible if you’d like a chance to be on the panel, which has around twelve moms (and dads) who answer questions sent into the official Disney Moms Panel site.
Based on previous years, here’s how the process works. For the initial application, you’ll be asked three questions. There’s no need to study since it’s all about your personal experiences as a Disney mom, so there really are no wrong answers. You’re limited to 100 characters per question, so you’ll want to be as brief as possible. Try not to copy and paste your answers as some submitters have noted that it messes up the word count. Those who make the initial cut will go through another questionnaire. Following that, there’s a phone interview. Very few make it to this point, but those who do will make up the final twelve.
If you’re part of the final twelve, you’ll go to Disney World in December to train with your fellow moms. While this trip is paid for by Disney, moms panel positions are unpaid.
Here are a few of the pertinent requirements: You
- are able to provide at least 25 written responses a week.
- have visited WDW in the last twelve months.
- are available to commit for 24 months.
- are not a Disney employee.
Oh my gosh! That’s me. See you in the applicant pile on Monday.
If you want to know more about applying, check out Disney’s official site.
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