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    Fire and Emergency Services Department

    The Department offers paid and unpaid student internship on a variety of special projects.  Examples of past internship projects include grant research and writing, GIS mapping, web page development and training projects.

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    Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services Department 

    The Emergency Management Division has 125 Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) volunteers who supplement the County’s emergency communications capabilities in the event of a disaster. These volunteers are registered Disaster Service Workers who provide administrative, technical and operational support for emergency communications between local and state agencies.

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    County Counsel

    Invites third-year students and recent graduates to apply to the CROWN (Climate, Renewable Energy, Open Space, Water and Natural Resources) Public Law Attorney Fellowship program which has expanded to more general areas of public law practice including environmental law.

  • For caregiver training opportunities, please contact:

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    Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services Department

    Internships in the Emergency Management Division provide technical and/or administrative assistance in emergency preparedness and planning projects. Ideal candidates will have a strong interest in working within the field of Emergency Management.  Interns can expect to commit to a minimum of 10-20 hours per week for 3 or more months.

  • The Environmental Discovery Center at Spring Lake Regional Park in Santa Rosa is a natural history museum with hands-on exhibits connecting children and their families to Sonoma County's ecosystems. The Discovery Center hosts school field trips and weekend activities that spark children's imaginations and inspire them to look at their communities in new ways.
  • Every day Americans experience the tragedy of fire. Each year more than 3,500 Americans die in fires and approximately 18,300 are injured. One of the major leading causes of residential building fire deaths and injuries for children under age 10 is "playing with a heat source" which includes lighters and matches. Children under age 10 account for 93 percent of deaths and 38 percent of injuries where the cause of the residential building fire was due to "playing with a heat source".
  • With more than 30 different highly-trained and specialized units, you can be confident that a career with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office will be anything but monotonous. If you’re ready for change, challenge and the opportunity make a difference, then you’re ready for us.
  • The Sonoma County Economic Development Board (EDB) provides numerous reports on the demographic and educational make-up of Sonoma County, along with reports about the County’s workforce. These reports are generally presented annually and are meant to give you a good picture of the county over the last several years.
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    The Fire Division develops and delivers monthly training to the 15 volunteer fire companies comprising County Service Area #40 through a cadre of extra-help instructors who are experienced fire and emergency medical professionals. They provide basic firefighting, first aid, CPR and hazardous material training as well as other state and federal mandated training.
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