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Volunteer for the ACCVB!

The ACCVB was incorporated in 1976 to promote the New York State Capital as a destination for visitors and convention delegates. ACCVB volunteers play an integral part in welcoming guests to the Capital Region at local events, national conferences, sporting tournaments, and more.

Volunteer job duties include:

  • Greeting visitors at Albany information tables at various locations - local hotels and Albany attractions, such as the Empire State Plaza and Times Union Center
  • Answering conference attendee questions about Albany and handing out Albany Visitors Guides, maps, restaurant guides, and attraction information
  • Assisting conferences with their event registration and other tasks as assigned
  • Welcoming fans and families at major sporting events such as the NYSPHSAA State Wrestling Tournament
  • Assisting the ACCVB staff with mailings and other administrative tasks

Volunteer Benefits:

  • Complimentary training
  • Invite to our Annual Volunteer Luncheon (volunteers are to have volunteered at least twice)
  • Receive a copy of our Quarterly Volunteer Newsletter
  • Learn about Albany County events, attractions, arts & entertainment, sporting events, and more

Volunteer Luncheon
Volunteers were able to take part in a cooking class at Gio Culinary Studio as part of the 2015 Volunteer Luncheon!  

Become an ACCVB Volunteer Today!

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead, anthropologist

Are you ready to become a volunteer for the Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau? Complete the application below and a member of our Convention Services Team will contact you soon!


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Sadie Firstencel, Convention Services/Volunteer Coordinator, is responsible for recruiting, interviewing, and communicating with ACCVB volunteers as opportunities become available.

For more information email Sadie Firstencel or call (518) 434-1217 x104.

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