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Rescue Diva Camp Trains Potential Young EMTs

Fox 21 6/15/2016 Author: Nikki Davidson, Anchor/Reporter, ndavidson@kqdsfox21.tv Graham Hakala, Photojournalist, ghakala@kqdsfox21.tv MASON, Wisc. – There is a shortage of EMT workers in the Northland, and a recruitment strategy is bringing summer camp to a whole new level for some young girls. The camp might just help solve a employment problem in the adult world. […]

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Rescue Divas is recruiting campers

Ashland Daily Press 4/12/2016 By Sara Chase Since roughly only about one-third of the nation’s emergency medical technicians and paramedics are women, last year Northwest Wisconsin CEP Focused Initiatives Manager and volunteer EMT with the Washburn Area Ambulance Carrie Okey started Rescue Divas. This five-day residential camp experience marked an effort to do something about

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Rapid Response Team mobilizes to help dislocated Target employees

Superior Telegram 12/21/2015 Jessica Hehir For the Telegram The Rapid Response Team met with Target employees at the Superior store last week to discuss options for job placement and continuing education. The Target store in Superior is preparing to close on Jan. 30 due to a continued reduction in profitability. The closure will displace 85

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Rescue Divas shows young girls insights on emergency medical services

Badger Herald 12/3/2015 In an effort to attract more women to emergency medical service fields, an Ashland, Wisconsin summer camp called Rescue Divas is working with middle school girls to pique their interest with funding from the University of Wisconsin Office of Rural Health. Seeing it as an opportunity to do something “totally different,” Carrie

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From behind the scenes, Office of Rural Health supports EMT recruitment across Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin-Madison News 10/29/2015 Helicopters, hazmat suits, fire extinguishers, search-and-rescue dogs — in many places, a summer camp boasting these kinds of things would likely be targeted at boys. But in Ashland, Wis., Rescue Divas is a camp for middle-school girls that aims to attract new recruits to the field of emergency medical services.

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Rescue Divas meets a need – Program aims to address a lack of female EMTs

Ashland Daily Press 6/19/2015 By Sara Chase Approximately only about one-third of the nation’s emergency medical technicians and paramedics are women. Because of that shortage of female emergency medical staff, Carrie Miller, the Northwest Wisconsin Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. (CEP, Inc.) Focused Initiative Manager and volunteer EMT with the Washburn Area Ambulance, had an idea

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Diva Tech connects high school girls with technical education, great careers

BusinessNorth 3/12/2015 By Ron Brochu With the number of skilled trade and technical workers insufficient to meet demand, new and innovative efforts are being made to market those careers to young persons. Now in its second year regionally, the Diva Tech program is unique because it seeks to inform girls about professions that are heavily

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