COVID Summer 2020 – volunteer shift and center re-openings

Mandatory GSA Waiver: https://surveyhero.com/c/covid-waiver

  • Take temperature before you leave home – above 99.6, cancel shift
  • If you don’t feel well or have any respiratory symptoms, cancel shift
  • If you have been exposed to someone with COVID, cancel shift
  • If you arrive on shift and don’t feel comfortable – do not work out shift – go home
  • Stay 6’ apart from other volunteers and guests.
  • Wash and sanitize hands regularly.
  • Use common sense!

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport – read full info page before volunteering!

  • Shifts start July 1 – Info booth, walk-about & secure
  • The airport will have disposable masks / gloves available in the booth.
  • PPE is required
  • Available safety measures: masks, hand sanitizer, gloves, sneeze guard, wipes for phone/keyboard etc.
  • Will be required to wipe down between shifts
  • Shifts: 1-2 GSAs per shift / location

Manchester Downtown Info. Center

  • Closed until further notice

Manchester Millyard Museum

  • Open July 1
  • Shift: 1 person per shift
  • PPE is required
  • Available safety measures: masks, hand sanitizer, gloves, sneeze guard, wipes for phone/keyboard etc.
  • One way traffic in the museum, decreased capacity, keyboard cover, increased cleaning procedure multiple times a day and they have removed many hands-on activities such as coloring or lifting flaps out of the exhibit for now.

Capital Region Visitor Center

  • Open September 21
  • Shift: 1 person per shift, or married couple
  • PPE required
  • Available safety measures: masks, hand sanitizer, gloves, wipes for phone/keyboard etc.
  • Staff sanitizes high touch surfaces every two hours

State Welcome Centers

  • Salem (8am-10pm) and Seabrook (24/7) open July 2nd for shifts.
  • If their staff has an exposure or feels ill in any way, they cannot go to work. If you are scheduled, call the center before you leave home – it may be closed if no staff is available!
  • PPE is required. You must supply your own mask. Sanitizer is in short supply (bring your own).
  • Brochure racks will have a sample and guests must ask for ones they want. Bubblers are closed. Sinks and urinals have been alternately closed for spacing. Signage.
  • Hooksett rest areas are open but information booths are closed.
  • Shifts: 1 GSA per shift
  • Canterbury is open, shifts as follows:
    • Thursday 12:00-3:00
    • Friday 9:00-12:00 and 12:00-3:00
    • Saturday 9:00-12:00 and 12:00-3:00
    • Sunday 9:00-12:00

NH State House Visitor Center

  • Reopening date unknown (looking at Fall)
  • PPE will be required
  • Available safety measures: masks, hand sanitizer, wipes for phone / keyboard etc.
  • Temperature check required

Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce

  • Reopening date unknown

Historical Society of Cheshire County

  • Reopening date unknown

Greater Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce

  • Reopening date unknown

Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce

  • Reopening date unknown

Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce

  • Open July 1
  • Shift: 1 GSA per shift
  • PPE is not required
  • Available safety measures: hand sanitizer, wipes for phone / keyboard etc.
  • Building is closed to the public – porch-side service, so the visitors come to the front door and receive service from there

Exeter Visitor Center

  • Reopening date unknown

Bedrock Gardens – Opportunities are posted on For Current GSA page

  • Open July 1
  • Shift: 2 per shift
  • PPE is not required
  • Outdoors

Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth

  • Open July 1
  • Shift: 1 GSA or couples
  • PPE is not required
  • Available safety measures: masks, hand sanitizer, wipes for phone/keyboard etc, ordered plexi glass
  • We are getting a cleaner, but we may need the GSA to wipe down the bathroom surfaces, only the toilet handle, sink handles, and door handle and that’s all after a visitor uses. We will have signage for the visitors who come into our foyer to only take brochures they intend on keeping, otherwise they can recycle them. Visitors are not allowed in without masks and can come in as a family, maybe 4 or 5 max. Visitors who come into the actual center can point to the brochures they want and the volunteer can grab and slip through a hole at bottom of plexi glass. GSAs can choose if they want a mask on or not.

Hampton Beach Visitor Center

  • Reopening date unknown

Tilton Visitor Center

  • Reopening date unknown

White Mountain National Forest

  • Reopening date unknown