Explore St. Louis Needs You!
We are looking for volunteers who want to be ambassadors for St. Louis by providing a warm welcome and personal service to help vacationers, convention delegates, and business travelers enjoy a world-class St. Louis experience. You can get into the action as part of St. Louis’ welcoming committee at one of our visitor centers or through a variety of other opportunities to engage with St. Louis visitors.
Do you have questions or want more information about volunteering with Explore St. Louis? Contact Rob Gatz at (314) 992-0675 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitor Information Centers – Join the team at one of the five area Explore St. Louis Visitor Information Centers. Located at the Gateway Arch, Saint Louis Union Station, in Forest Park and two centers at St. Louis Lambert International Airport, with one each in Terminal.
Convention Volunteer Team – Our Convention Volunteer Team (CVT) engages attendees during major conventions and tradeshows held at America’s Center. This group of enthusiastic, uniformed volunteers is called to action to provide St. Louis information and help delegates navigate through the convention complex.
Gateway Greeters – Gateway Greeters make sure that visitors receive a warm welcome and friendly assistance when they arrive at St. Louis Lambert International Airport, whether they’re meeting a VIP at the gate or engaging passengers on the concourse.
Special Events/Sporting Events – Event volunteers are summoned 4 or 5 times a year for a wide range of special events. Volunteers could be welcoming visitors at the airport, staffing an information desk at a hotel or providing assistance at an event.
Sign Up Today
Does volunteering with Explore St. Louis sounds like a good fit for you? Fill out our volunteer application.
Explore St. Louis Volunteer Central
Active Explore St. Louis volunteers can use Volunteer Central to check your schedule, sign up for open shifts, receive messages, update your contact information and much more anytime you have access to the internet.