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Explorer Program

Explorers (click to enlarge)What is the Fire Explorer Program?

The purpose of the Fire Explorer Program is to give students the opportunity to get experience in the Fire Fighting Field. The program allows students to help out their community and at the same time lets them obtain knowledge in all areas of public safety. The Fire Explorer Program is a great way to obtain experience if you’re thinking about a career in public safety.

What could you do as a Fire Explorer?

There are various activities you can participate in as a Fire Explorer:

Once you complete a check off list and are 16 years old, you can help out with more critical parts of the operation. You’re allowed to respond to calls on an engine.

How much time would you need to commit as an Explorer?

The program requires you to devote a lot of time and effort both in and out of the fire station. You must be serious about being a Fire Explorer.

What kind of career could you pursue after being an Explorer?

The experience you get from being an explorer can lead you into a lot of different careers. If you are interested in the medical field, it is a great opportunity to get emergency care experience.

What is required in order to become a fire explorer?

Note: Your parents must review the rules and regulations and sign that they have read and understand what is expected of the explorer.

For more information about the Explorer Program, call the Fire Station at 707-894-3545.