Do you own Mickey ears in a dozen different varieties? Have you tried every magical donut at Disneyland? Do you know the Magic Kingdom like the back of your hand? Then you might be just the expert Disney is looking for to join its panel of moms. Keep reading to find out how to join the Disney Parks Mom Panel.

Every year Disney puts out a call for super savvy fans to join the Disney Parks Mom Panel and that magical time has arrived again. The panel is an online resource for people visiting the Disney theme parks where they can ask questions and get advice on planning a trip to any of the parks, resorts, Disney cruises and more. The panel also makes top picks, like the best attractions for toddlers, or what to order at certain park restaurants.

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“My passion for creating epic Disney getaways led me to the Disney Parks Moms Panel,” said Jerry M., one of the Disney dads on the panel. “The magic of the Disney Parks Moms Panel is our collective experience and our diverse backgrounds coming together that make this panel so informative. Our mission is to be everyone’s trusted guides when it comes to planning a Disney vacation, offering heartfelt advice from our own experiences.”

While there is no compensation to be a panelist, if chosen you receive training at Walt Disney World as well as a vacation to Disney World or Disneyland for you and three family members. Not too bad!

Applicants, which can be moms, dads, grandparents or anyone with plenty of first-hand knowledge of the Disney Parks, will be able to submit their applications between Sep. 5 and 12. The application includes short-answer questions, a video submission and a phone interview in subsequent rounds. The new panelists will be announced in January 2019. You can submit your Disney Moms Panel application here. Good luck!

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