Intern Drill – January 2020
Central County Fire Department is proud to give back to the Fire Service community through its Internship program.
The program gives future Firefighter candidates exposure to what it takes to become a professional Firefighter. In a learning capacity and on a volunteer basis, Interns respond to emergency calls, participate in company training, interact with the community, and obtain knowledge that will help them on their path to becoming a career Firefighter.
In addition, Interns assemble once a month for a drill tailored toward developing basic firefighting skills and tactics. Interns are assigned one 24-hour shift per week, for a period of one (1) year, and are considered a valued piece of CCFD operations.
Requirements: Applicants must be 18 years of age or older at the time of appointment, possess a valid EMT license, possess a valid CPR-BLS for Healthcare Provider certificate, and possess a valid California Driver’s License.
Highly Desirable Qualifications: Paramedic License, current or past enrollment in an accredited Paramedic Program, current or past enrollment in an accredited Fire Fighter Academy, Firefighter I Certification, Fire Technology coursework, or previous Firefighter Intern/Cadet Experience.
Application opportunities are posted here on our website and on our social media channels.
For more information on our intern program, please contact us at Intern Program Email.