Become a SKyPAC Ambassador!
The SKyPAC Ambassadors is a volunteer program that supports SKyPAC’s Mission, Values, and Vision. Ambassadors have a passion for the arts and an enthusiasm for providing exemplary customer service. Ambassadors greet and direct patrons, take tickets, distribute programs, assist with patron seating, and monitor the House during SKyPAC and Capitol Arts Center performances. Ambassadors also assist with administrative tasks, gallery events, and education programs. SKyPAC Ambassadors contribute a personal service to their community, their region and the arts. The hallmark of SKyPAC Ambassadors is their dedication to ensuring that every patron has a positive and memorable entertainment experience!
Ambassadors must be 18 years of age or older, undergo Ambassador orientation and training, pass a background check, have a valid e-mail address and internet access, and commit to serving a minimum of 40 hours per season.
For more information, contact Lynn Gilcrease, Front of House Coordinator, at email@example.com.
“I am only one,
But still I am one.
I cannot do everything,
But still I can do something;
And because I cannot do everything,
I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.”
– E.E. Hale
As a non-profit organization, we rely heavily on the strength and dedication of our ambassadors. Their time and talents are vital to the success of our organization. A ceremony to both celebrate and recognize our wonderful team was held on Tuesday, June 16 in SKyPAC’s main hall followed by a cocktail hour in the Donor’s Lounge. Special Awards were given to Laura Coker who receive the 2015 “Above and Beyond” Award in Recognition of Exceptional Customer Service and Kessara Dagley who received the 2015 Outstanding Service Award in Recognition of Exemplary Leadership, Selfless Dedication, and Volunteer Excellence.
“We are grateful for the many hours that our ambassadors have donated, and for their dedication to the Ambassador credo of “…ensuring that every patron has a positive and memorable entertainment experience.” Lynne Gilcrease, Ambassador Coordinator.