We continuously welcome applications for volunteer positions in Fire & EMS roles.
With Goochland County Fire-Rescue, you can discover a multitude of compelling reasons to volunteer at your local fire department, not only by contributing to your community and building a second family, but also learning your unique role in a Fire & EMS system that is continually growing. As an active volunteer member of the organization, we can support higher education opportunities through scholarship assistance, as well as valuable and free training for a potential career in emergency services.
Volunteer opportunities are open at each of our six stations throughout the county and applicants do not need to be residents to apply. Explore more below and feel free to reach out with any questions about how our diverse opportunities align with your interests and goals.
Check out our many volunteer opportunities by clicking below.
Responds to different types of fires, hazardous materials incidents, motor vehicle accidents and extrications, alarm activations, smoke alarm installations, medical emergencies, water rescues, and many other calls.
Emergency Medical Services
Responds to medical emergencies, including heart problems, breathing problems, diabetic emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, cardiac arrests, and many other types of calls.
Assists with fundraising activities, facilitates public education activities, building maintenance, and a variety of other services necessary to maintain an effective fire-rescue station. Members also provide food and drinks to firefighters and EMTs during extended emergency operations.
Training Opportunities Include:
The Application Process:
Submit Completed Application
Overall process could take 30–90 days to complete.
While your application is being processed
… you can start your training today! Just follow these directions and links to begin your journey into public safety.
Create a FEMA Student ID (FEMA SID).
Begin your training by clicking the links below.
Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100
Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response, ICS-200
An Introduction to the National Incident Management System
National Response Framework, An Introduction
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