Fire & EMS Explorer Program
Are you interested in a career as a Firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)? The Beavercreek Township Fire Department Auxiliary is in their second year of the Fire / Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Explorer Program. The Exploring Learning for Life career education program is for young men and women who are at between 15 and 20 years old.
Fire & EMS Career Exploring is a hands-on program open to young men and women ages 15 to 20 years old with an interest in
learning more about careers in the field of fire or emergency services.
Exploring provides exciting activities and one-on-one mentorship for youth looking to discover their future. Fire and EMS Exploring provides exciting activities and mentorship for youth interested in exploring the possibilities of a career in the Emergency Services. Exploring is a great place to start.
Learn more about why you should get involved.
The most popular Fire & EMS Exploring careers include:
- Emergency services coordinator
- Shelter manager
Career Exploring combines some classroom training with hands-on lessons. You get to experience firsthand what it’s like to be a fire fighter, emergency services coordinator or paramedic.
Fire & EMS Exploring offers the following benefits:
- Improved self-confidence
- Leadership experience and social network development
- Fun and Exciting “hands-on” career experience.
- Community service opportunities through the activities of the BTFD Auxiliary
- College & Career Readiness preparation
- Scholarship opportunities
- Strong Personal Values and Character Development
- Build self-worth and self-confidence
- Leadership development
- Social development
- Unique career experiences, networking & internships
- Personal development
- Volunteer community service
- Group collaboration and teamwork
If you would like to take part in our Fire / EMS Explorer Post, please complete the Fire / EMS Explorer Post Registration Form and you will be automatically registered. Someone will then contact you with additional information.