Ways to Volunteer
You can serve your community and become a vital part of your local fire department or emergency medical squad through a variety of volunteer positions.
Firefighters protect lives and property in your community. You’ll receive the training and equipment you need to stay safe while you keep others safe.
EMTs help people who are sick or hurt while transporting them to the hospital. Again, state-of-the-art training and equipment is provided.
Fire Police make call scenes safer by directing traffic and controlling crowds.
Junior firefighters, who are at least 16 years old, get to experience the firehouse atmosphere, lend a hand around the station, and begin firefighter training that will prepare them to become full members at 18.
Non-emergency volunteers do more things than we can name here. Examples include assisting with administrative and office duties, building maintenance such as painting, and teaching fire safety skills at schools and community events. Whatever your skill set, we can use it!
Whatever your interests, ability, and available time, there’s a place for you.
For more information, click here, or call Matthew Martin at 609-537-0287.