Last call to join Expo 2020 Volunteers Programme

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The clock is ticking for UAE citizens and residents to sign up for the Expo 2020 Volunteers Programme.

Applications are set to close on March 31, 2021.

To date, Expo 2020 Dubai has already received more than 160,000 expressions of interest, exceeding the initial target of 100,000 applications.

The mega-event will engage 30,000 volunteers to be the face of Expo and help showcase Emirati culture, values ​​and traditions to the world.

The programme welcomes participation from everyone over the age of 18, regardless of their nationality or education level, as long as they are fluent in English, possess strong communication skills, and are able to volunteer for 10 shifts.

After the deadline, Expo 2020 will continue screening applications and conducting personal interviews to select an outstanding team of volunteers who will then be taken through a series of programmes and activities to prepare them to carry out their tasks.

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