(CAMDEN, NJ) – As part of its Health Careers Initiative (CHCI) program, Cooper University Health Care, in cooperation with several community organizations, is now offering a new program for students interested in becoming emergency medical technicians (EMTs).
The Cooper EMT Training Program, developed in partnership with the Camden County Board of Commissioners, Camden County One Stop, Camden County College, Camden County Workforce Development Board, and Hopeworks, will provide low-cost, comprehensive training for an entry-level career in emergency medical services. Some applicants, who meet certain criteria, may qualify for tuition-free training. In addition to providing career opportunities in a rewarding field, the program will also help meet the strong demand for qualified EMTs in the community.
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