The Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company is always looking for persons committed to serving their community as firefighters, emergency medical technicians, or as administrative members providing behind the scenes support.
All applicants MUST:
All first responders (firefighter and EMS) are required to serve a minimum of one duty night (from 7pm to 7am) or weekend duty day (7am to 7pm) per month for the duration of their membership. This commitment is vital to ensuring we have adequate staffing to accomplish our mission 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
Interested in Firefighting and/or Emergency Medical Services? Then, this is the type of membership for you! Canidates accepted as first responders are at least 18 years of age (16 with parental permission), in good health, and willing to complete the extensive training required to become a Maryland certified firefighter or EMT.
All of the training is provided at no cost once you become a member of the company!
During the roughly six to twelve months of training, you will receive both classroom and practical/hands-on instruction in structural and wildland firefighting, hazardous materials response, rescue operations, emergency medical services, and American Heart Association Basic Life Support (CPR/AED)
We are always seeking volunteers for administrative and support roles — including administrative management, financial support, event support, community engagement, public education, and more!
Anyone who has an interest in providing a service to their community, but does not want to complete the training and/or respond to emergencies can still become a crucial part of EHVFC. We are always in search of motivated community members willing to bring new ideas and their time to help us provide the same high level of service that we have over the years.
Administrative members are required to consistently participate and contribute to the non-emergency activities of the Company. There are many ways you can lend your passion for volunteering, background, and experience to the EHVFC.
As a 501c4 non-profit organization, Earleigh Heights recieves minimal financial support from the County. Every member, regardless of status is expected to participate in Earleigh Heights’ fundraising efforts. Our fundraising pays for the operation and maintenance of our station, and acquisition of new apparatus and equipment.
Please contact us to see how you can serve your community!
The Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company is committed to nondiscrimination, non-harassment and fostering a community that promotes equal opportunity, diversity, inclusion, and acceptance for all persons. Earleigh Heights VFC prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, national origin, language, faith-based or religious affiliation, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, family/parental status, marital status, age, physical or mental disability, and any other protected lawful classifications, attributes or affiliations covered by county, state and federal laws.