High School Firefighter Program

Know a rising high school senior (Fall 2017) who might be interested in a career in the fire service?

If so, consider looking into the High School Firefighter Program that is a partnership between Fairfax County Fire and Rescue and Fairfax County Public Schools. The course, introduced this year, focuses on skills development and concentrates on teaching the students to perform safely and effectively as firefighters.

You can learn more about the program here: Firefighter Program Introduced at Chantilly Academy

An open house was held this past week for perspective students and their parents at the Fire and Rescue training academy. There will be another open house sometime this spring. Fire Chief Bowers stopped by and spoke to the group about the program.

In addition, NBC4 Washington also produced a fantastic piece on the program that aired this past week. Go here to see that: Saving Lives Added To Curriculum For Some Fairfax County Students

What did your high school student do last week? See what students in the High School Firefighter Program did earlier this week.