Volunteering with the Guilford Volunteer Fire Department is a time consuming effort that may be one of the most rewarding experiences that you could have serving your community. Firefighters and EMTs are required to be certified by the State of Vermont which requires annual training hours. Our responders train every Tuesday evening on various fire, rescue, and emergency medical topics. If you are interested in volunteering, call (802) 254-4413 (leave a message), or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior Membership Information
People age 16 to 18 who are interested in joining Guilford Volunteer Fire Dept. can become an active member thanks to the junior program. To be a junior member, you must live in or near Guilford, be at least 16 years of age and possess the minimum of a learner’s permit.
Junior members learn all about firefighting and emergency medical procedures, and train with the Guilford Volunteer Fire Dept. every Tuesday at 6:30 pm. Junior members can respond to real-life emergencies along with the fire department with the following exceptions:
Junior members may not respond to incidents on the interstate highway and may not respond to mutual aid calls to another town.
Junior members may not leave school or school-related events to respond to calls.
Junior members may not respond to calls past 9:30 pm on school-nights (Sunday night through Thursday night).
When a junior member reaches the age of 18, they can become a full member of the Guilford Volunteer Fire Dept. Junior members are also eligible to take the Firefighter class and/or the Emergency Medical Services class at the Windham Regional Career Center in Brattleboro.
For more information, call the station at (802) 254-4413 (leave a message), or email email@example.com.