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How to Volunteer
- Must Be 21 Years of Age
- Must Have High School Diploma/GED
- Valid Arizona Drivers License
- Pass Standard Fire
- Department Required Drug Test and Background Check
- Complete An Application
- Successfully Pass Interview Process
- Those With EMT Certification Encouraged And Welcomed
- Bilingual Skills Always Beneficial, but Not Required
- People Skills Helpful
- Monthly Participation In Shifts and One Meeting
- 100 Hours of Skills Training / Evening Classes
- Join A Unique Group Of Volunteers
- Orientation Ride on the Crisis Response Van
- After the application is reviewed, you will be
scheduled for an oral interview.
- Interviews are on going and conducted as needed
If you have any questions please send
us an email or give us a call. We will respond to your questions as soon as possible. Contact Information
- Click here to fill out our volunteer interest form online.
- Interested in interning? Click here for an internship brochure (pdf).
How do I enroll in a CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) class?
- City of Glendale Fire Department
CPR classes are offered at no cost to City of Glendale residents. For registration and additional information, call (623) 930-3474. The classes are held twice a month. Click here for more information.
- City of Peoria Fire Department
Click here for information on CPR classes offered through the Peoria Fire Department.
- City of Surprise Fire Department
The fire department teaches non-certification CPR classes the third Saturday of each month, and there is no charge to attend the class. Healthcare provider CPR is taught at a cost of $25 per person. For information about scheduling a CPR class, call 623-815-5407. Click here for information on CPR classes offered through the Surprise Fire Department.
- Your local Community College will have CPR classes offered as well. Click here to go to the county college Web site for more information about these classes.
1) At this website you can find the nearest community college's Web site.
2) Look in the course schedule.
3) CPR classes will be under the Emergency Medical Technology section of most Web sites.