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Volunteers wanted to be airport navigators


If you know your way around the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (or are willing to learn) and can be pleasant to passengers amid all the chaos of a crowded airport, why not consider becoming an "MSP Navigator?"

The Airport Foundation MSP is looking for 100 volunteers to fill these positions, according to The Associated Press. Duties include welcoming and directing passengers in the ticketing areas, managing security checkpoint lines and giving directions to passengers at baggage claim and on the tram levels.

MSP Navigators must be 18 years old, pass a 10-year background check, attend 12 hours of training and commit to working eight hours a month.

Anyone interested in volunteering can fill out an online application at The Airport Foundation MSP's website or call (612) 467-0811.

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