About The Volunteer Firefighter Program
Every community needs firefighters – with 70% of the nation’s fire service being volunteer Fire Departments, they’re the folks willing to help their neighbors in their greatest times of need. But did you know that the majority of firefighters in the U.S. are volunteers? These volunteers serve in a variety of ways, from fighting fires and responding to medical emergencies to assisting during natural disasters and conducting fire prevention education. Volunteering with a fire department is an impactful and rewarding way to give back to the community and make a difference.
As a firefighter, or a support member of the department, you can make a difference where it is needed most. You’ll also learn new skills, meet new people, and become part of the fire service family.
Learn What You Need On The Job
When you sign up to be a fire service volunteer, you’ll receive all the training you need. Depending on your department’s needs and the role you choose as a volunteer, you’ll learn skills to help your community during emergencies of all kinds. For operational volunteers, this may mean responding to fires, medical emergencies, vehicle accidents, natural disasters, and more. This is why volunteering is highly favorable for those who are hoping to enter into a career as a full time Firefighter.
How To Join
Applications are available at 201 Main St, Platte City, Missouri, 64079
Resumes may be submitted to email@example.com.
If you have questions that can’t wait until you attend your first meeting, let us know below: