In today’s shareholder meeting, we’re getting a lot of information on the Walt Disney Company and its current projects!
We’ve received opening dates for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and La Creperie de Paris in EPCOT, as well as an update on Disney+ subscriber numbers. But in the question and answer portion of the meeting, Disney CEO Bob Chapek was asked about the future of the Disney College Program, and he had some promising things to say.
One shareholder asked Chapek if there were any details on when students might once again be able to apply for the DCP, and he shared that while they don’t have a specific date yet, they’re hoping for it to return in the future.
Chapek called the Disney College Program a “tremendous asset,” saying that “we hope to be able to reinstate that once constraints on guests capacity are eased.” He went on to say that they’re hoping the program can return by the end of the year, but that’s not a promise at this time.
We’ll make sure to keep you updated if we get any more information on the DCP, so stay tuned to AllEars. We know that this program is incredibly popular among Disney fans and that many people will be glad to see it return to the parks.
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