When visitors were entering the Convention and Exhibition Center from Gate 2, the volunteers in red were doing the work of guiding and QR code scanning. An hour of scanning code for nearly 1,000 people requires great patience and meticulous work quality, the outstanding performance of these volunteers proves this. That's true.
At the North Landing Hall, what we saw were the volunteers who stood in the middle of the hall with a smile and waved to the guests. They were recognized and praised by every audience and guest with the most modest and gentle attitude.On the left side of the North Landing Hall is the exhibition area of Hall E, and on the right side is the exhibition area of Hall W. There are students from CCTC working at the inquiry desks of each hall.
At the same time, the conference center also held a number of international forums or summits on May 13. Before the meeting, students will do guidance, code scanning, sign-in and relative works at the door. During the meeting, they did prompts, inventory carefully. After the meeting, the volunteers began to clean up the work site, do the summary and other necessary work.
In addition, you can also see this beautiful red scenery at various entrances and exits, service dining points, news reporting offices and other positions.
"From yesterday to today, I have changed four different jobs, from guidance and certification to inquiry services. Different positions have different gains for me. I am also deeply aware that as a college student, mastering professional skills is the fundamental and key point. I cherish this opportunity of practical training very much." A volunteer from Class 3 of Business English said so.