Volunteer and professional firefighters stand at the ready, to apply highly specialized training and education in life-saving capacities. Classroom and practical learning are paramount to success in careers that require split-second action, such as firefighting.
In today’s complex world, fire and emergency service personnel need to be constantly learning. It is not always easy to pursue the education or professional development opportunities. College costs for firefighters are on par with other technical vocations, especially when bachelor’s degrees are sought. Scholarship opportunities are available to help you achieve your educational goals.
The South Fork Fire Rescue Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship is awarded twice a year in April and July to individuals looking for a career in EMS, Paramedic, Fire or Rescue. In order to apply, you must be a resident of Alamosa, Rio Grande, Conejos, Costilla, Saguache, Mineral, Archuleta, or La Plata County and be a high school graduate or possess a G.E.D.
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