Sharing Beaumont with the world is a community effort, and the Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau always welcomes help from local volunteers. A vital success to the bureau, volunteers help the bureau's day-to-day operations. From answering phones and assembling mail packets to preparing gift packages and counting and stocking promotional materials, volunteers keep the CVB running smoothly.
Volunteers also contribute their time and skill at conventions and meetings by helping out at registration or information tables. They may also act as greeters or guides for visitors who are touring Beaumont.
As a volunteer with the Beaumont CVB, you'll find plenty of interesting things to do. Your dedication is needed and appreciated! To join the fun-loving team at the Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau, contact Servicing Manager and Volunteer Coordinator Susan Baertl by phone at 409-880-3749 or by email at email@example.com.
The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau offers many exciting opportunities for Beaumont residents to volunteer their time to extend their hospitality to visitors and convention delegates. We would like to invite you to participate by becoming a Beaumont CVB Ambassador.
What do CVB volunteers do?
Just as the events the Beaumont CVB brings to Beaumont vary, so do the assignments of the volunteers. Overall, the majority of the assignments involve "meeting and greeting." Volunteers also provide support help with large volume mailing projects, assembly of convention packets and other projects as needed.
What type of events and activities need volunteers?
CVB volunteers provide support for events that the CVB has booked. Occasionally other groups, which sponsor events either in conjunction with CVB efforts or that complement CVB events, need volunteers. In these instances, CVB volunteer names may be shared with another group or a group's information will be distributed to the CVB volunteers.
Where do volunteer activities take place?
Depending on the needs of the event, CVB volunteers many be asked to be at the area hotels or at the convention facilities in the city. Mailings and special projects are often done at the CVB offices at 505 Willow Street in downtown Beaumont.
What is the attire for CVB volunteers?
Volunteers will be given a "Volunteer" shirt to wear. While volunteering at events, CVB volunteers are asked to wear the volunteer shirt and their CVB Volunteer name badge. Clean, comfortable athletic shoes are acceptable. Nametags will be provided when you report for service.
How do volunteers find out about upcoming opportunities?
The CVB Volunteer Coordinator will contact you directly by telephone as opportunities arise.
If you would like more information on how to become a CVB volunteer, please fill out the form below. You will be added to the volunteer list and notified about upcoming opportunities.