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Pathways to Emergency Medical Careers

The application period for Emergency Medical Services Corps (EMS Corps) for class in January, Spring 2018 is closed.

The Alameda County Health Care Services Agency’s EMS Corps is a 5 month paid (stipend) program where participants will receive Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training, life coaching, and participate in internships, while servicing their communities.

If you have a High School Diploma or GED, then through this program you have the potential to become:

•  Emergency Medical Technician             •  Firefighter

•  Healthcare Technician                         •  Healthcare Advocate

•  Emergency Department Technician

Our objective is to produce competent entry-level Emergency Medical Responders and Advocates who can service the community with basic life support care via the Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

EMS Corps strives to provide resources and alternatives to young adults interested in being healthcare professionals. We are proud affiliates of the Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership (ACHPP). ACHPP is a coalition of health focused youth programs that together provide a supportive network for youth under-represented in health services. The programs focus on providing students with the academic, social, and professional development needed for a successful health care career.

If you are interested in taking up the moto of “From The Community…Ready To Serve”, please contact the EMS Corps Career and Job Placement Coordinator at (510) 667-7413(510) 667-7413 .

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