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post #1 of 26 Old 03-13-2008, 08:50 AM Thread Starter
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I am thinking of going to school for fire science and becoming a firefighter, I was wondering if anyone knew what it takes to become a volunter in the state of ohio? thanks



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our local depeartment they send u to fire school. mine is next week!

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i think i have decided that i am going to get my degree in fire science first, and my basic emt. then go to fireschool and apply for a job, its very competive here, so if i had the school back round i would be bumped up



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so you will be a paid firefighter. we dont have to have those degrees to be volunteer. we have the best response time in the state. my step dad is a paid fighter in des moines. It has been very busy here lately calls like crazy

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i will be a paid firefighter.. eventually. but now i am just trying to get on the volunter.. what is the volunter like? special rules for driving and what not, im real curious all about it? so any info would be great. thanks



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My advice would be to go to your local dept. and check in with them. Tell them you are considering a career in the fire fighting field and would like to volunteer to see what it is like. Most will at least give you the details on what it takes to become a firefighter whether it is volunteer or paid. Most states have minimum requirements for firefighters regardless of whether they are paid or not for things such as interior attack. Get withem and let them help you. Get a little experience, stay clean and you may get a large dept. to pay for your education.

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My advice would be to go to your local dept. and check in with them. Tell them you are considering a career in the fire fighting field and would like to volunteer to see what it is like. Most will at least give you the details on what it takes to become a firefighter whether it is volunteer or paid. Most states have minimum requirements for firefighters regardless of whether they are paid or not for things such as interior attack. Get withem and let them help you. Get a little experience, stay clean and you may get a large dept. to pay for your education.
This is the best way to go about it. Most depts will point you in the direction of a firefighter class. Our volunteer dept reimburses you for the cost of the class after 1 year of service

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Yeah I agree talk to the local dept as they will have their own bylaws Im sure. How it works where I live is you need one of the fireman to sponsor you and you go through a years probation and then the dept votes you in or out. In michigan you have to have so many hours of practicals and book work to be on the roster I used to be a full time fireman or pump operator. They did away with the full time employees and went all volunteer.

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Just noticed that there was a small typo in the subject line of the thread. I am not sure who is more FRIGHTERED, me or the fire.

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