Volunteering Opportunities

Ready To Take That Next Step?

Whether you are riding on the Truck or ambulance or helping the station during our community events, you will be personally satisfied to know you are making a difference for the people who live and work in the community.

Free training opportunities for all positions

We offer a variety of ways you can serve as a CVCH member.

Firefighter: Respond to emergency incidents, fight fires, mitigate hazardous material incidents, rescue trapped persons in confined spaces, and administer basic life support (BLS) treatment.

EMT: Provide basic clinical, life support and/or emergency care to guests and associates including wound care, removing splinters and basic health evaluations.

Support / Administration: Provide non-operational support for the department, such as computer/IT support, public relations, photography, maintenance, community education and administrative roles.

Junior Member Program (ages 14 -17): Learn about local fire, rescue, and emergency medical services response organizations in a safe, controlled, educational, and fun way, providing them with valuable life skills such as teamwork, leadership, responsibility, and commitment.

Junior Program

The Junior program prepares our youth volunteer members to confront challenges through commitment, dedication, and integrity.

If you want to become a career or volunteer, fire prevention and protection is rewarding and challenging. Our Junior members learn the latest principles and techniques to save lives and property.

It can also be an excellent way to obtain the required certifications and on-the-job experience to prepare for a full-time firefighter position.