Individuals in High School interested in the Junior program:
Members who provide excellent
attendance will be rewarded.
Eligibility for a full scholarship to earn an associate’s degree or certificate program at CCAC.
Protection for all of our members.
In addition to your initial fire academy classes, you will be asked to make 15% of all fire calls annually, attend weekly Monday night training, and help out at our fundraising events.
Our philosophy allows members to best fit their volunteer fire service life into their personal life. If you want to become an Interior Firefighter, it’s going to take the biggest initial time investment as the PA Entry Level Firefighter Program is 182 hours. Good news: the program is divided into modules and can be completed within a few months’ time, or spread out over time as an individual can fit the classes into their schedule.
No. All required equipment and training is paid for by us.
No. Members are encouraged to respond to calls whenever possible, but we have not found the need to require duty or on call times for members.
We provide workers’ compensation insurance for all members which covers any incident that is fire company related.