PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAMS CLUB
All students currently enrolled in our Public Safety Programs are invited to become a member of the Public Safety Programs Club. The membership fee is $5 plus $31 for the Club T-Shirt and Hat.
The club activities will expand your knowledge and provide hands on demonstrations that are used in the fire service. Throughout the semester you will learn the use of equipment.
Guest speakers will be invited to meetings to share their experiences and answer questions members may have in regard to this wonderful and exciting career.
1. To teach uniformity, camaraderie, responsibility and accountability.
2. To gain more knowledge about the fire service.
3. To teach the understanding of service to the community.
All fees can be paid at the Box Office next to the Sofia B. Clarke Theater, Monday - Friday, 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM or by clicking the links below.
Membership Fee (per Fall and Spring semester): $5.00 (click here to pay for your Membership Fee)
Club T-Shirt: $20.00 (click here to buy T-Shirt)
Club Hat: $11.00 (click here to buy Hat)
Club Crewneck Sweatshirt (S-XL): $17.50 (click here to buy Crewneck Sweatshirt, S-XL)
Club Crewneck Sweatshirt (2XL-3XL): $22.00 (click here to buy Crewneck Sweatshirt, 2XL-3XL)
Club Hooded Sweatshirt (S-XL): $25.00 (click here to buy Hooded Sweatshirt, S-XL)
Club Hooded Sweatshirt (2XL-3XL): $31.50 (click here to buy Hooded Sweatshirt, 2XL-3XL)
Item Pick Up:
Items may be picked up from the Program Office, Order Confimation must be present at time of pick up.
Club T-Shirt (Can be purchased above)
Dark blue pants (Dickie's Station Pants)
Black belt with plain buckle
Black steel toe or leather station boots
Uniform Hat (Can be purchased above)
The club meetings will be held every Thursday of the semester from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm in building 28B, room 201 and 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in building 28B, room 212. The club is active every Spring and Fall semester.
Uniform is required for meetings, bring a notepad and pen if you wish to take notes.
Bring a note pad and pen if you wish to take notes. Please come with questions and new ideas for future meetings.
Every member can earn a community service certificate by completing a minimum of 15 hours of community service signed by Chief Shull and Chief Hirsch.
All hours will be logged throughout the semester. Club members can check their status anytime by contacting the Fire Tech Club President.
Events will be offered throughout the semester to help you complete your volunteer hours; however, you may complete your volunteer hours elsewhere as long as it is approved by Chief Shull and Chief Hirsch.
Fire competition events such as musters, golf tournaments, MCI drills, Mt. SAC events, and high school career days are ways to receive volunteer hours.
For more information, please contact:
Phone: (909) 274-5148
Fax: (909) 274-2027