Reviews

Hartford Courant

"When the girls, ages 11 to 16, complete the camp, they will be certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and in the use of an automated external defibrillator, or AED. They will also learn what a typical day in the life of a Hartford firefighter looks like."

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FOX 61

"Lt. Shelly Carter, a 19-year veteran of the Hartford Fire Department, has put on the free camp for the past three summers."

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WFSB

"From CPR to hose and ladder training, if firefighters do it, a handful of high school girls are doing it too."

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NBC Connecticut

"A summer camp designed to teach teenage girls the basic skills of becoming a firefighter or paramedic..."

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Making Headline News

"Connecticut business women Lieutenant Shelly Carter bringing awareness to 'lack of females in service'."


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