When tens of thousands of visitors converge on Cleveland for the RNC, they'll have some help on the street.
Hundreds of volunteers are training so they can lend a hand.
Volunteers will be doing everything from greetings guests, helping at area hotels and guiding visitors around.
Workers told newsnet5.com's Terrence Lee that they're willing to give up their time, many working at least four hour shifts, three days a week, just to be part of history.
The last training session is at 6 p.m. Thursday at Burke Lakefront Airport.
Volunteers should arrive around 5:30 p.m. They will be required to register and attend a two-hour training session.