You Can Now Apply To Live And Work At Disney World For A Year

Fulfilling our childhood dreams of being a Disney Princess seems near enough impossible nowadays.

But if you want to ditch your boring desk job for something a little more magical, then your hopes of being the next Sleeping Beauty, Elsa or Princess Jasmine could actually come true. Well, maybe.

Disney World is currently recruiting for Cultural Representatives in the park's international programme, and this incredible opportunity would see you working at the Walt Disney World resort.

To be able to apply for the programme, candidates must 'authentically' represent one of the countries or regions that have been recreated at Disney World resort - The United Kingdom.


You'll be working in either food or beverage, or merchandise and kidcot at the United Kingdom Pavilion in the World Showcase at Epcot in Orlando, Florida.

The job is offering an hourly wage of $10 at 32 hours per week, but if you start working a tipped role in food and drinks, your hourly pay packet will decrease.

You'll be living and working in the Orlando resort for a year on a Q-1 Cultural Representative Visa, and you will also receive an additional 30-day travel period once the year is up.

There's no need to spend hours finding a place to rent, as you will be put up in one of Disney's four amazing international housing complexes.


Each feature fitness centres, transportation systems, swimming pools and computer labs, so you'll be able to make yourself right at home in your new palace.

You will either get a one, two, three or four-bed pad to share with others, and you'll also be sharing your room with up to two people.

Applications for this magical opportunity are now open, but close on 5th August this year, and successful applicants will then go on to interview at Yummy Jobs Team in Essex.

You can apply for a chance at this incredible opening here.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Disneyworld/Disney

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