People are motivated to join the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad for a variety of reasons.
Most volunteers say it’s because of the deep satisfaction that comes from helping people in need.
Others join for the excitement of doing something out of the ordinary. Not everyone can say that they’ve saved a life, splinted a broken bone, used “the jaws of life,” or rappelled down an elevator shaft. While calls this dramatic don’t happen every day, they do happen. Our high school and college student members find it’s a great way to complement their pre-medical education, or even to help them decide if that’s a path that they want to pursue.