Making a difference while making some good friends too
Melissa Campbell | December 1, 2016
I have been a volunteer at The Millburn-Short Hills Volunteer
First Aid Squad since 2010 and I have been the Captain since 2014, and am looking forward to leading
the squad again in 2017. This is going to be a great year and we want to involve
more townspeople in the awesome work that we do.
Our trained and certified Emergency Medical Technicians are always eager to assist, whether it be a 9-1-1 emergency call, a stand-by at a race in town, keeping people safe at strawberry festivals and high school football games, or representing the squad in town-wide events, parades and the like. We make a difference to the lives, health and safety of the town residents and those who work and visit our town. You can too! We offer the training required to become a volunteer EMT at our squad building at 188 Glen Avenue, as well as other locations in the area. The course can be taken at no cost for town residents aged 21 and over. You will gain a tremendous amount of useful knowledge and skills that can be utilized in volunteering and in your daily life as well.
Come join our ranks, make a difference, and make some good friends too! Day, evening, and weekend shifts are available. Send us an email at email@example.com to learn more.