The Canine Crew is comprised of four-legged volunteers who greet passengers at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT).
From a tiny Pomeranian to a giant Mastiff, dog teams provide canine comfort and support for travelers. The Canine Crew welcomes passengers and creates an engaging airport experience. Want to make a new furry friend? Just look for the Canine Crew! Dogs wear a blue 'Pet Me’ vest and handlers wear a blue CLT Canine Crew t-shirt for easy identification.
Since the program’s inception in 2015, the Canine Crew has grown in size and popularity. Dog teams love to pose for photographs with passengers and make special appearances at airport events.
*Dog teams consist of a handler and their registered, professional therapy dog.
5501 Josh Birmingham Parkway, Charlotte, NC 28208, US
The Charlotte Douglas Airport Volunteer Program is committed to providing airport customers with a positive experience through exceptional customer service and Southern hospitality.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport is looking for enthuastic and outgoing volunteers to meet, greet and assist customers that travel through its terminal.
Airport Volunteers are an information resource for customers while also serving as the face of the Airport and the City of Charlotte.
Volunteers must be able to:
Make a 6 month commitment upon joining the program.
Perform a minimum of two shifts per month, the shifts are four hours.
Shedule the volunteer shift two weeks in advance.
Meet outlined program requirements on an ongoing basis.
Please be advised that all selected candidates must go through additional screening to qualify for this volunteer program. Selected candidates are required to participate in a one-day training session.
We'll work with your schedule.
Charlotte Douglas International AIrport5501 Josh Birmingham ParkwayCharlotte, NC28208
May 15, 2020
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Canine Crew members volunteer 2 two-hour shifts per month.
Dogs must be two years old, registered with Alliance of Therapy Dogs Inc., and have a strong resume working as a therapy dog at similar facilities in the community.