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Thank you Princeton NJ Police Department, Princeton University Department of Public Safety, and Princeton Wawa for keeping us well-fed (and well-caffeinated!) during National EMS week. Always appreciative of our kind and generous Community Partners!
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Note: all members pictured are vaccinated.
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This National Police Week, we would like to pay special recognition to Princeton’s law enforcement community, Princeton NJ Police Department.Thank you for your hard work, dedication, loyalty, and commitment to keeping our community safe. We couldn’t ask for better community partners.

Note: these photos were taken before the COVID-19 pandemic.
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This National Police Week, we would like to pay special recognition to Princeton’s law enforcement community, Princeton NJ Police Department.Thank you for your hard work, dedication, loyalty, and commitment to keeping our community safe. We couldn’t ask for better community partners.

Note: these photos were taken before the COVID-19 pandemic.Image attachment

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Thank you. Always great to work hand in hand with your organization!

Applications are due by May 15! ✍️🗓Check out our website for more information and the online application.

pfars.org/volunteer/
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Applications are due by May 15! ✍️🗓Check out our website for more information and the online application.

https://pfars.org/volunteer/
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Please watch the following video(s) prior to submitting an application

If you have never held an EMT license, please watch the first video. If you have or have had an EMT license and are over the age of 18, please begin with the second video.

If you have any questions, please fill out the form below and it will be sent to our New Member Coordinator.

PFARS Information Video (Recruit Class)

PFARS Information Video for EMTs (18+)

WHY VOLUNTEER?

Most of our volunteers say they want to serve because of the deep satisfaction that comes from helping people in need. Our high school and college age members find it a great way to complement their pre-medical education, and even to help them decide which path to pursue.