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Volunteering for Quilt Exhibit Entrance/Exit Security at The Great Wisconsin Quilt Show

September 09 - September 12, 2020 | Alliant Energy Center

The Great Wisconsin Quilt Show is an educational and community fundraising event presented by PBS Wisconsin and Nancy Zieman Productions. Attendees can connect with their creative muse by participating in sewing workshops, lectures and stage presentations. See an artist's creativity turned into a beautiful quilt by walking through our juried quilt exhibit. And don't forget to bring your walking shoes as guests can shop their way through a 85,000-square-foot vendor mall!

About Quilt Exhibit Entrance/Exit Security

Welcome visitors to the quilt exhibit, hand out viewers choice ballots, and answer general event questions. Ensure that attendees do not bring food or drink into the exhibit area.

Quilt Exhibit Entrance/Exit Security Job Duties

  • Welcome visitors to quilt exhibit.
  • Ensure quilt safety in the exhibit area.
  • Monitor traffic flow to make sure that visitors’ do not bring food or drink into the exhibit.
  • Hand out viewers’ choice ballots.
  • Provide visitors with general event information.
  • Direct visitors to the location of classrooms, quilt exhibits, vendor booths, food stations, and other Alliant Energy Center facilities.
  • Direct questions to your captain as needed.

Quilt Exhibit Entrance/Exit Security Job Skills and Requirements

  • Friendly and positive demeanor
  • Strong communication and pronunciation skills.
  • Enjoy working in a people focused environment.
  • Aural acuity to hear and speak with visitors in an environment that has noise/distractions.
  • Ability to discern when to ask your captain for assistance.
  • Volunteers 16 and older may participate.

Volunteer Registration for this event will tentatively begin on Monday, July 06, 2020. Please check back with us.

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