Disney’s looking for a few good moms–are you up for the challenge?

in Disney, Disneyland Resort, Park Secrets, Walt Disney World

moms panel

Credit: Disney

Do you have a passion for Disneyland, Walt Disney World, or other Disney destinations? Do you love spending time in the parks? Are you familiar with Walt’s vision and his journey to create the Happiest and Most Magical Places on Earth? Are you the first to buy tickets to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party?

Then you just might have what it takes to fill a highly coveted spot on the 2020 Disney Parks Moms Panel!

The search for new panelists opens at 12:00 p.m. ET on September 5 and will run through 12:00 p.m. ET on September 12.

The Disney Parks Moms Panel is going into its 13th year. The panel serves as the official forum on which Guests can ask questions about planning trips to the parks, park celebrations, tickets, holiday time in the parks, attractions, and more. The best thing about the panel is that on the other end of Guests’ questions are exciting answers from warm, knowledgeable, Disney Parks-loving moms, dads, grandparents, and other adults who are just as excited about your upcoming trip as you are!

The panel offers tips about Disney Parks in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese.

Members on the Moms Panel are tasked with the exciting job of engaging Guests, interacting with them through a digital forum and sharing the magic with them, one person at a time. Perks for panelists include a free trip to a Disney Destination with up to three family members or complimentary theme park tickets.

In the last year, four panelists from the Disney Parks Moms Panel have been contributing authors at Inside the Magic, so we are really excited about the upcoming search for new panelists!

Thousands of adults jockey for position on the panel each year, but only about 40 are chosen to fill the exciting and coveted spots on one of Disney’s most trusted avenues for up-to-date information about the parks and expert trip planning tips.

Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World
Credit: Disney

If this sounds like a dream job to you, Disney Parks executive Leanne O’Regan has some insight for you. She says that panel hopefuls must be ready and willing to “live and breathe Disney details.”

And the competition for the 40 panelist spots is not without a few stipulations. For example, panel hopefuls for Walt Disney World and Disneyland must have spent time in the parks in the last year. Those hoping to guide potential Disney Cruise Line passengers must have been on a Disney Cruise in the last 24 months, and those aspiring to be panelists for Disney Vacation Club need to have enjoyed a relevant trip in the last two years.

New ships coming to Disney Cruise Line
Credit: Disney Cruise Line

“We receive thousands of applications each year and narrow it down to a few select panelists we believe will connect with prospective guests as they plan their vacations,” O’Regan said. “Whether your Disney dream is a romantic getaway or a boisterous family adventure, we invite you to apply and find a place for your passion with the Disney Parks Moms Panel.”

The application process takes place in three parts, after which those chosen must be available to head to Florida in December for a training session at Walt Disney World.

“We receive thousands of applications each year and narrow it down to a few select panelists we believe will connect with prospective guests as they plan their vacations,” O’Regan said. “Whether your Disney dream is a romantic getaway or a boisterous family adventure, we invite you to apply and find a place for your passion with the Disney Parks Moms Panel.”

If you love Disney Parks and can imagine yourself fielding questions about the parks and trip planning, visit momspanelsearch.com when the application window opens on September 5. Remember that you don’t have to be a mom to apply. Good luck!

disney parks moms panel
Credit: Disney Cruise Line

Do you think you’ve got the passion for the parks it takes to be a Disney Parks Moms Panelist? Are you planning to apply on September 5? Let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

View Comments (5)