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Their day time staff is paid, but night time staff is all volunteers, most of them from the local college. I did night time. At night, you can work in 6 or 12 hour shifts. While they do not pay you, they had a point system for volunteers that could be redeemed for gift cards and such. Because the volunteer shifts were by first come, first serve sign up, you basically got to pick your schedule. As for advancement, if you did well volunteering, you could move up to paid as openings came available. You could also go to management positions as you learned to meet the requirements of those positions. Management was usually very pleasant and tried to make things as simple as possible on people. The job in and of itself is a stressful job. Most people can't stand to see the things EMT's see. Some days its non-stop and you don't get lunch, other days you might do nothing. But you grow close to those that you work with and rely on. They are amazing people there, and you definitely would not regret working there, even if you only volunteer. Its more than just work experience because they take the time to teach you, help you improve into a better EMT.
amazing coworkers and supervisors, one of the few volunteer agencies that will do anything for their volunteers
don't always get meals, stressful job at times
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