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Michigan Central Station Will Hire Ambassadors For Opening

Set to open up in June following years of renovation, Ford’s Michigan Central Station campus is undergoing some final touches before that historic occasion. Though it’s currently unclear just how much of that real estate The Blue Oval will occupy, we do know that plenty of other mobility-focused companies will call it home, and it may even house a hotel up top, too. Recently, FoMoCo chairman Bill Ford created an endowment aimed at helping out the Corktown community that surrounds Michigan Central Station, and now, the automaker has announced that it will hire a number of ambassadors for its upcoming opening as well, according to the Detroit Free Press.

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The Michigan Central Station staff plans to hire a total of 60 welcome ambassadors – officially called Station Services Associates – that will help deal with the crowds expected to attend the upcoming opening, as well as the rest of the summer. The company will hold a job fair this coming Monday at the Newlab Book Depository on campus, as well as the Detroit at Work Job Fair, which will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel at 5801 Southfield Freeway.

These special Station Services Associates positions will pay $20 per hour throughout the summer, and job responsibilities include welcoming and supporting visitors, helping people find their way through the renovated site, as well as providing support for the events and production team, plus various other tasks that may be required. Following five years of nearly non-stop construction, Michigan Central Station will celebrate its official opening on June 6th, 2024, at which point visitors will get their very first taste of the fruits of this massive project.

“The reopening of this iconic landmark is nearly here, and we want to have Detroiters join our team in welcoming visitors back to the Station for the first time in decades,” said Director of Community Engagement at Michigan Central Cornetta Lane-Smith.

We’ll have more on Michigan Central Station soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Noah De La Garza

    Hello
    Where do I sign up for an Ambassador position at the new Ford Michigan Central

    Reply
  2. Sharon Clark

    What are your plans for your Tennessee BLUE OVAL CITY now that EVS are dead. What are you going to do with this beautiful place. I as a long time stock holder want to know.

    Reply

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