Fire Technology and EMT Program

Why Choose Fire Technology and EMT

Enjoy mental and physical challenges? Passionate about helping the public in time of need?

Then consider a highly rewarding career in the fire service. As a firefighter, you'll dig deep within your character and face the physical, mental and emotional challenges of protecting the lives and property of the community.

As a firefighter, you respond to a wide variety of incidents. On any given day at work, you can be involvedin fighting fire, emergency medical care, disaster relief response, participate in urban or wilderness search and rescue, respond to marine or swift water rescue emergencies, wildland firefighting and other critical tasks involved in serving communities during need.

Career Options

  • Municipal Firefighter
  • Wildland Firefighter
  • Fire Engineer
  • Fire Inspector and Fire Prevention Specialist
  • Fire Investigator
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Hazardous Material Specialist

Featured Careers

Municipal Firefighter

Firefighters control and put out fires and respond to emergencies where life, property, or the environment is at risk. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, firefighters earn $49,620 per year $23.85 per hour.

EMT

in fighting fire, emergency medical care, disaster relief response, participate in urban or wilderness search and rescue, respond to marine or swift water rescue emergencies, wildland firefighting, and other critical tasks involved in serving communities during need.