The Intern program was established to
assist people considering a career in
either the fire or emergency medical
field, to experience life in a fire
department, including daily housework,
emergency response, public education
and other aspects, while continuing
Do I Qualify?
Interns are required to be 18 years or
and provide a copy of a valid drivers
license, high school diploma or GED,
5-year driving abstract, currently
attending a post secondary education
program that is approved by C2FR and
complete routine volunteer entry
requirements. Successful Intern
applicants will be contacted to
determine their availability. Click here
for a complete list of our
Frequently Asked Questions?
Q) Is this a job?
A) No, this is a volunteer position for
which you are reimbursed through a point
Q) How much time must I commit
to the program?
A) Once you are accepted into the
program, you must participate a minimum
of eight 24-hour shifts per month as an
Intern, during which time you are
allowed to pre-arrange leave time to
attend school. You may also accumulate
points by serving as a member of C2FR
with a volunteer station or special
Q) Can I receive college credit
for my participation?
A) Yes! You must pre-arrange this with
your college advisor who will contact us
or send for pre-approval documentation
of what is expected of both you and the
Q) Does C2FR pay for my
A) No. The purpose of the point system is to
assist with school costs while providing
you an opportunity to experience
hands-on knowledge and skills you are learning.
Q) What if I have class or a
A) The Intern Program is designed to
assist the person attending school. Persons taking classes need to
pre-arrange leaving for school with
their Company Officer. Work schedules
are expected to be worked around your
regularly scheduled shift.
How do I Apply?
Fill out and complete the
packet and return it to us. For
questions or further information, contact
Anna Davis, Receptionist
by email or by phone at
Kirk Meller, Volunteer Coordinator
by email or by phone at 360.575.6281.