Emergency Management Volunteering
Emergency Management is responsible for the organization, administration, and operation of the emergency management activities, services, and programs before, during, and after a disaster. Disasters and hazards can include severe weather, disease, and critical infrastructure disruption.
Volunteers are critical in times of disasters and everyday functions of Emergency Management as they prepare and prevent such events.
- Eligibility Requirments
- Background and fingerprint screening
- Professional environment dress code
- 18+ years old
- Volunteer Opportunities
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Emergency Management assist in maintaining the operational readiness of the
Emergency Operations Center, facilitating trainings and exercises, and the
development of plans in support of the prevention of, protection against,
response to, recovery from, and mitigation against incidents. Volunteers
provide staffing assistance during activations as needed. Volunteering
opportunities include project-specific volunteers and amateur radio operators.