Student Ambassadors Volunteer During BCS Game
The BCS City of Pasadena Ambassadors, composed of high school-aged boys, worked in Old Town Pasadena and the Paseo Colorado District during the weekend before the Jan. 6 BCS National Championship game. The teens were mentored and supervised by the Gamma Zeta Boulé Foundation's LAMP Mentor Program.
The boys also provided the area businesses with a "personal concierge touch," said organizers in a press release.
"We appreciate the opportunity to work with the Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau to provide an important service for out- of- town visitors," said Harlan Ward, Gamma Zeta Boulé Foundation president.
Craig Washington, Tournament of Roses committee vice-chair and organizer of the event, praised the effort between Gamma Zeta Boulé and the Tournament of Roses.
"The collaboration between Tournament of Roses, City of Pasadena and the Gamma Zeta Boulé Foundation in providing a positive experience for college bound young men to engage with out-of-town visitors from all over the country as City ambassadors was extraordinaire," Washington said.
To learn more about the LAMP Mentor Program, visit their website.