Middle school, high school, and college students, OC Parks in Orange, CA is looking for volunteers.
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Fire Watch

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OC Parks

Role Description Summary Fire Watch Volunteers help to reduce wildfire ignitions by creating a highly visible presence in wildfire prone areas during extreme weather events. They also provide education to the public on wildfire dangers. Fire Watch volunteers are deployed at predetermined urban-wildland interfaces throughout Orange County when Red Flag conditions exist. Duties and Responsibilities  Displaying...
1 Irvine Park Road, Orange, CA, ZIP code: 92869
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RequirementTraining Required
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Typical Schedule  4-5 hour shifts during Red Flag conditions o Set when high temperature, high wind and low humidity conditions exist. o Number of annual deployments can vary with seasonal weather patterns.  Fire Watch volunteers self-schedule for shifts and locations online after completing Fire Watch Training.  Outreach opportunities are available throughout the year at public events when not deployed on Red Flag Fire Watch events.
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