Girl's Future Firefighter Camp (GFFC) is a training program that focuses on empowering young ladies to think outside the box. GFFC will open their minds and help them venture into the careers of public service.
To introduce young ladies, ages 13-18, to a career in public safety. This program is designed to open the door of opportunity for girls’ to become leaders in their communities and to promote self-confidence.
Lieutenant Shelly L. Carter of the City of Hartford Fire Department, in partnership with Rocky Hill Volunteer Fire Department, presents an interactive camp that exposes young ladies to a career in public safety. The camp includes training in many areas of the fire department, which are Emergency Medical Services, Fire Prevention and Risk Reduction, Fire Investigation, and Personnel Support. Participants are introduced to “the day in the life of a firefighter”. They will don and doff personal protective equipment and breathing apparatus. They will have icebreaker team building exercises.
Listed bellow are a few examples of training sessions that we offer.
Fire apparatus familiarization, physical fitness, firehouse prepared meal, CPR certification, fire prevention education, use of fire extinguisher, fire investigation skills, emergency dispatch and report writing.
We are a 100% free camp for girls' and are dedicated to improving the lives of those in our community. Your contribution today helps us make a difference.
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