Wonder what it’s like to be a firefighter? Over the next few months, Roseville firefighters will visit local high schools to meet students and answer questions about becoming a Fire Explorer.
Roseville firefighters invite young men and women to become a Fire Explorer and learn what it takes. Fire Explorers is open to young men and women ages 14 (completed eighth grade) to 20 years. Explorers meet the first and third Wednesday of each month from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Roseville fire station.The Fire Department will also host two Fire Explorers open houses for interested youth and their parents.Fire Explorer Open HousesWednesday, January 31Wednesday, February 77:00 p.m.Roseville Fire Station2701 LexingtonExploring is a free “Learning for Life” career firefighting education program. Explorers get hands-on, fire and emergency medical services experience. They take part in fire ride-alongs and participate in competitions, open houses, parades, and other community events.If you have questions please call 651-792-7009 or contact Fire Chief Tim O’Neill at email@example.com or Assistant Chief David Brosnahan at firstname.lastname@example.org.