Teenage Women – Learn Firefighting: Here’s a great camp for young women ages 14 to 20 where they can learn about firefighting. It’s an excellent program. The application is due (postmarked) on May 1st.
Post-traumatic stress impacts all firefighters at some point, and sometimes this can manifest into serious conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Yet often responders are reluctant to talk about the struggles they face. This article by NVFC director from California Dick Brown for Fire Engineering looks at why it is important to recognize when […]
National Volunteer Week takes place April 17-23. This is a great time to not only recognize your department’s existing volunteers, but it is also an opportunity to let your community know you need more people to step up and serve. Find resources to help with volunteer recruitment through the NVFC’s Make Me A Firefighter campaign […]
Over the last several years there has been great debate via social media about the subject of “fire dynamics,” and how we should attack fire, ventilate, and even conduct searches. I have found most people are either vehemently opposed to the idea at one extreme or support the notion that we should forget everything we […]
At Provident, we have a duty to protect and safeguard all personally identifiable information, including health information. In the wake of public cyber security hacks and breaches in the news, we will be implementing even more security initiatives in the coming years. These additional steps are taking place to ensure that our clients and brokers […]
Tickets are available to purchase on April 1, 2022. Tickets are $10. How it works: On Sunday, May 1, 2022, the MCVFA will start giving away $50 a day. The funds will help support the MCVFA membership benefits and other programs. To Sell or Purchase Tickets See your Region VP, Tom Burnett, MCVFA President, or […]