Applications for the Cultural Representative Program are now closed. The next season of applications will open on July 1, 2017. Watch this space!
One of the greatest benefits of the Disney International Programs is the experience gained while working as a Cultural Representative. This is an opportunity to work and learn from one of the world's leading entertainment and hospitality companies.
In the Cultural Representative Program, participants share their culture and customs with Walt Disney World Resort guests who visit from all over the world. To qualify for this program, participants must authentically represent one of the countries or regions that have been recreated in look and feel at Walt Disney World Resort.
Participants in this program will work in Food and Beverage or Kidcot and Merchandise at the United Kingdom Pavilion in the World Showcase at Epcot.
The Cultural Representative Program is a 12-month experience, although program length may vary with the country/position offered.
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For more information about the Cultural Representative Program, visit the Disney International Programs website.
Please note, all dates are subject to change
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In order to qualify for this fantastic opportunity, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
In addition to this, the following experience is highly sought after:
The Yummy Jobs Team currently offers the Cultural Representative roles in the following countries:
One of the most unique aspects of Disney International Programs is just how international they really are. Every day, you'll have the experience of living and working with cast members from all over the world. Our complexes feature amenities like fitness centers, transportation systems, swimming pools and computer labs – providing an exciting setting for you to build relationships and create lifelong memories. You can also participate in events and scheduled activities in the housing complexes throughout your program. During your personal time, you'll even have the opportunity to visit Disney parks and explore everything that Orlando, Florida has to offer.
Whether you're assigned to a one, two, three or four-bedroom apartment, you'll share a bedroom with one or two Disney International Programs participants. Often times, your roommate(s) will be from another country, allowing you to learn about other cultures as you share your own.
In order to make the living experience more convenient, housing costs are automatically deducted from participants' weekly paycheck. Participants will also help support the exclusive activities and events they'll get to attend throughout the program by contributing a one-time fee of $154.50 USD.
Participants on the Cultural Representative Program will be required to submit the following fees, that have been broken down into pre-arrival and post-arrival. Please note all fees are subject to change and may change without notice:
Please note all fees are subject to change and may change without notice
PROGRAM DATES: Various intakes throughout 2017 - 2018
PROGRAM DURATION: 12 months + 30-day travel period
ROLES AVAILABLE: Food and Beverage, Merchandise
WAGE: $10.15 USD per hour
HOURS: Minimum of 32 hours per week / Average 38 - 45 hours per week
HOUSING: Participants will live in Disney International Housing - $99.00 USD - $126.00 USD rent per week
HIGHLIGHTS: Free entry into the Walt Disney World theme parks, company discounts, sought after work experience, a year spent at the most magical place on Earth!