The Public Education and Community Outreach team is made up of volunteers who are interested in promoting the fundamentals of Emergency Preparedness. Team members can work individually or in pairs to educate the general public. Topics can include why being prepared is important, how to put together a disaster kit, store water, or ensure your home is "disaster ready." Volunteers also can work with neighborhoods who are interested in organizing as under our Grant Neighborhoods Actively Prepared (GNAP) program.
Emergency Operation Center Volunteer Responder
The volunteer position supports the activities of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) during activation's. Assignments may include, but are not limited to:
Individuals must be willing to work in a fast paced environment and must complete a series of EOC training classes prior to responding to the EOC.
Ad Hoc Positions
Occasionally Grant County Emergency Management has limited opportunities to volunteer for research projects or special events.