Last year, 14 students between the ages of 24 and 74 attended the Citizen's
The four-week course, which runs through
"Entering the second year of the Citizen's
Participants must be physically and mentally prepared to walk, hike, crawl, dig, stand, jump, lift and perform other physically demanding tasks as part of the academy. Academy graduates will receive a certificate and t-shirt.
Academy students will be exposed to various areas of park field operations, trained in search-and-rescue and wildland firefighting techniques, park law enforcement and learn about park interpretive programs. On most days, students will be asked to apply their new-found skills in simulated scenarios.
Persons interested in enrolling in the academy can obtain an application from
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