Denver seeking volunteer ambassadors

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Colorado’s Denver International Airport is seeking volunteers for its Ambassador program, in which volunteers welcome and assist passengers with wayfinding, security and other airport information.

All volunteers will receive a uniform and will receive complementary employee parking while volunteering at the airport, as well as Limited Liability insurance. Volunteers must participate in an initial on-boarding program that includes training about the airport, and will receive ongoing updates and information throughout the year.

Potential volunteers must pass an airport background check and be able to commit to a minimum of 36 volunteer hours per quarter, or a minimum of 24 hours if volunteering only weekend shifts.

Denver’s Ambassador program began when the airport opened in 1995 and currently has 350 volunteers.

“The Ambassador program is a critical component of our customer service, providing passengers with the help they need to navigate the airport efficiently,” said Stacey Stegman, senior vice president of global communications, marketing and customer service.

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