Our Travelers Aid airport program is now accepting applications for information booth volunteers. Serving as an airport volunteer is a great way to meet people, solve problems, and learn about the growing tourism industry in Oklahoma City.
Travelers Aid volunteers staff two information booths at the airport, providing a warm welcome and a big smile to visitors. Our trainers will provide you with all of the resources you need to assist travelers, answer the telephone, offer paging services, provide directions and information, distribute maps and brochures, direct military personnel, and link distressed travelers with social services throughout the community.
We operate one booth on the ticket counter level and one in baggage claim, seven days per week from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Typically volunteers work one 4-hour shift per week, but our schedule is flexible!
“My wife and I have always believed in volunteering as a way of showing respect for those who have helped us in the past and to, in turn, do good for others. Working at the airport is a wonderful experience. You never know whom you will meet or what kind of situation you will encounter. You meet and help people from literally all over the world,” says John Fink, an eight-year airport volunteer veteran. “Volunteering is a privilege and a very rewarding experience.”
Anyone who likes to meet people, solve problems, answer questions, and work in a dynamic environment should contact Megan Chapman, Travelers Aid Volunteer Coordinator, at (405) 486-0619 or [email protected] for more information.