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Tag Archives: Gen Y
The FREE online program teaches fire and emergency services personnel how to effectively engage their multicultural communities in sustainable, cost-effective prevention partnerships that bring free resources and increased commitment from the community. Learn more..
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Posted by: Fire 20/20 Tags: cultural competencies, Diversity, fire service, gay firefighters, Gen Y, Generation Y, inclusion, m, Partnering for Prevention, PFP, recruitment, retention, women Categories: Article, FIRE 20/20, Guest Columnist, Newsletter
Introducing our NEW FREE Online Training Program: Partnering For PreventionTM on FireRescue1.com Academy. This program is based on findings from two national research studies completed by FIRE 20/20 that show multicultural community leaders want to be more involved in community safety initiatives, but are seldom asked by their local fire departments.
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Posted by: Fire 20/20 Tags: Community, culture, Gen Y, Leadership, mentoring, multicultural communities, ONLINE Training Series, Partnering for Prevention Categories: Article, FIRE 20/20, Newsletter, Press Release
09-16-11 -- On August 24th at FRI in Atlanta, FIRE 20/20 conducted the first Youth Panel in the history of FRI. At most fire conferences, adults are presenting research about the next generation. We thought: let’s bring a group of young people … Read More >
04-26-11 -- By James Gilbert – Sun Staff Writers originally posted on http://www.yumasun.com/news/yuma-69423-holiman-girls.html A group of teenage girls from around Yuma County got a firsthand look recently at what it is like to be a firefighter. The Yuma Fire Department, … Read More >
07-14-10 -- Gen Y—also known as Generation Y, Millennials, Gen Why and Net Generation—are those born between 1980 and 2000. How did Nathan (Nate) Trauernicht get to be a Gen Y advocate? There are two reasons: #1: Although at 30 Nate is … Read More >