EMS Corps is Accepting Applications for their EMT Training Program through October 31, 2020

South San Francisco, CA  September 16, 2020 h/t to John Goodwin, City Councilmember, Town of Colma

EMS Corps is accepting applications for their EMT training program. Applicants must be San Mateo County residents between the ages of 18-26 and who can demonstrate they have an economic barrier to train and enter the EMS field. Accepted students receive a $5,000 student grant.
I was an EMT for 25 years and recommend the career to anyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of others.

From EMS CORPS:

We empower young adults of color to become leaders in their communities.

The EMS Corps is a highly selective, rigorous academy that trains aspiring emergency medical professionals who are from the community and ready to serve. It is a paid (stipend) program whose mission is to increase the number of underrepresented workers in emergency medical services through youth development, mentorship, and job training.

 

Join our mission to build stronger, healthier communities in the Bay Area. You can be a part of empowering under-served neighborhoods.

By training the next layer of community leaders who can respond to their own neighborhoods, we will inspire hope and create lasting social change.

Applications for the January 2021 class is Open.

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