Volunteer for this year’s most exciting design event.
July 28th, 2010
Saturday in Design is on a man hunt – for a special set of Ambassadors to volunteer at SiD on Saturday 7 August in Melbourne.
As part of your duties you will be helping SiD visitors on the day, directing them to showrooms and bus stops, and assisting with their enquiries.
SiD ambassadors are given special uniforms and receive a full briefing from the SiD events team.
It’s a fantastic way to be a part of the design community, meet lots of people and see amazing products, installations and events.
All SiD ambassadors receive a 1-year subscription to DQ magazine.
Apply today – contact Volunteer Coordinator, Grace Hall at email@example.com.
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