Invest in the Future

Wilmoth, Janet
July 2005
Fire Chief;Jul2005, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p6
Trade Publication
Comments on the development of new programs to teach young people about the opportunities in the fire and emergency services in the U.S. Promotion of mobility and economic self-sufficiency through literacy, education, job training, community service and leadership; Creation of a program that would introduce young women to the possibility of a career in firefighting; Criteria for the fire and emergency service profession.


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