Careers in the Fire World

Emergency Management Careers Infographic

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"Emergency management professionals provide the framework for our society's survival after disasters occur. Given how consistently disasters occur and the need to limit the damage from emergencies and disasters, there is now, more than ever, a need for emergency management professionals. In fact, the field is expected to steadily grow well into 2024.

The below infographic, created by Arizona State University's Online Emergency Management and Homeland Security (EMHS) degree program, explores the field of emergency management and the various professions one might pursue."

- Shared by Pearson Online Learning Services

Department of Land and Natural Resources Job Listings

Latest Update (February 16, 2017): 
Forester IV/V Fire Protection Forester on Oahu is open with continuous recruitment. Applications should still be submitted as soon as possible. For questions, please contact:

"People who work for the Department of Land and Natural Resources are committed to fulfilling the agency’s mission of managing and conserving the state’s natural and cultural resources for future generations. With nearly 900 employees working throughout the state, job opportunities within the department require various levels of education and expertise ranging from a high school education up through advanced degrees. If you are interested in pursuing a career as a conservation enforcement officer, aquatic or wildlife biologist, environmental engineer, archaeologist or cultural historian, the Department of Land and Natural Resources is the place for you."

50 Fantastic Fire Science Resources

The following resources are meant to help aspiring firefighters understand what the job requires, plan for the education and training they will undergo and keep abreast of the field with the latest research, publications and blogs from firefighters who are in the line of duty every day.

Search Fire Departments and Academies

“Search our complete directory of fire service centers in the United States to find the department, academy, or training center that's right for you. Explore local volunteer fire departments, federal career-focused documents, state-run academies, and so much more. All data provided by the U.S. Fire Administration."

Guide to Online Forestry Degree Programs

Check out this useful online guide if you're interested in a career and/or degree in forestry. Current internships, scholarships, college programs and their rankings, professor rankings, and career salary tools all available on the website.