Working for the Mouse :D UK pavillion

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EmmaV's picture
Joined: 07/15/2012
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Working for the Mouse :D UK pavillion

hiiiiiii everybody!
it's been a while since I posted but I am SO excited top share the news that as of June this year I will be partaking in the Cultural Representative Program!!
I'll be working in the UK Pavillion in Epcot for a year, absolute dream come true Laughing out loud
would love any advice if anyone has any tips for living in florida
also thought you could all help me contribute to a Must Do list for while i'm there as theres so many things I have done in the 7 trips iv had XD

e xx

RobynPrincess's picture
Joined: 03/14/2010
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Ooooh my friend works in the UK pavilion! Her name is Ann Marie Smile she is LOVING it Smile will make sure we pop over there to say hello when we are over in October Smile


Our Very Merry 24 nighter Nov/Dec 15
Watson's go West May 15
The one with all the birthdays Oct 14 4 Big Birthdays and a Vow Renewal thrown in
The OMG trip June 14 30th Birthday present from the hubs
Girly trip March 14 A last min cheapy week
September 13 our first all DVC stay
TR May 2013 the last min bargain trip offsite
Oct 2012 TR with a cruise!big family trip featuring the beach club, AKL, the dream and a villa offsite
TR on a budget May - June 2011offsite condo
TR Sept - Oct 2010 big family trip in an offsite villa

Allie's picture
Joined: 06/26/2012
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Congrats! clapping awesome

disneydoc's picture
Joined: 06/27/2012
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Congrats and welcome! We will all stop by to see you. mickey

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Mandy's picture
Joined: 06/18/2013
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Congratulations!! Come prepared for rain and cold. Florida can get pretty cold in the winter months. Estimate what you might need the first couple weeks for like food and stuff then bring that amount with you since the first two paychecks can be really small (at least for me they were but I'm from America, so I wouldn't know from a international standpoint). Only thing I can tell you about rides is to look up them on the Disney website and write down which rides may interest you. If I were you, I would bring extra bags with you to help bring stuff home. View the program as a extended Disney vacation and you will probably end up with a ton of souvenirs especially around Christmas time.

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Joined: 10/22/2013
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Yay!! Congratulations, Emma! What a fantastic opportunity!! awesome


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Joined: 01/11/2014
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Congrats! That sounds like an amazing fun adventure. Please keep us up to date on your experience.

King Fergus

congrats Well I did have a buddy from Scotland working at Rose & Crown two years ago.He was so excited about getting his wings and he even met a nice American girl,but I believe his work permit ran out,and he had to come home..His name was Johnathem..( that's the wrong spelling ) Anyway I'am sure you'll have a magical time..

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