In a post shared by the Walt Disney World Ambassador Instagram account, we learned today that the first cast members of the Returning Cultural Representative Program have finally arrived at Walt Disney World and tune in to their new digs.
The photos show the future cast members arriving at the village of Flamingo Crossings and checking in.
On the caption, the ambassadors wrote, “Today we welcomed the first group of cultural representatives to return to Walt Disney World! This means that all of WDW’s Disney programs are officially back! A warm welcome awaited Disney Program participants when they checked in at Flamingo Crossings Village to begin their journey as Cast Members. We are delighted to have you here and look forward to welcoming even more participants from around the world in the weeks to come!”
The return of the Cultural Representatives program was announced in March, with the Germany, Norway, Italy, France, UK and Canada pavilions at EPCOT being the first to see the return of cultural representatives. Others, such as Mexico, Japan and Morocco, among others, are probably still in the works. The 12-month program invites people from all over the world to work at Walt Disney World, primarily at EPCOT’s World Showcase pavilions and represent their home countries.
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