This two-day experience, April 22-23, 2022 is designed to engage young women who are current high school seniors, in what it is like to be a female firefighter through fun hands-on activities. The camp itinerary will consist of various stations and scenarios each day, such as: taking hydrants, hose practices, live fire training, forcible entry, fire extinguishers, emergency medical skills, and stop the bleed. It is an all-encompassing introduction to an amazing and rewarding profession. Schedule will be 8 AM to 5 PM. Camp will held at Draper Fire Station #22, 14324 Fire House Rd.
The All Future Female Firefighters Camp will not only show young ladies what it takes to be a firefighter, but it will also show them what it takes to be a strong, independent woman. The girls will learn leadership, followership skills and confidence-building by using firefighting as a medium. Each participant will learn about: firefighter duties and responsibilities, physical fitness, nutrition, and breaking through stereotypes. Most importantly they will learn about pushing past limits, encouraging each other and working as a team.