Local FastTRAC Programs
 

Saint Paul EMS Academy
This project offers a holistic approach to providing EMS training to youth/ single parents age 18 – 24 within low-income households where income is at or below 80% of the metro area median income.  The program is dedicated to identifying participant barriers and addressing them head on with the goals of diversifying Minnesota’s Emergency Medical Technician profession and the Saint Paul Fire Department.

Credits Offered: 6
Certification: Emergency Medical Technician

Industry/Occupation: Healthcare         
Career Pathway: Emergency and Fire Management Services         
Career Cluster: Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security

Partners
Adult Basic Education:  St. Paul Public Schools
Community Based Organization:  Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington Counties
Employers:  St. Paul Fire Department, St. Paul Department of Human Rights & Equal Economic Opportunity, St. Paul Parks & Recreation
MnSCU:  Inver Hills Community College
Workforce Development:  Ramsey County Workforce Solutions               

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