There are people who want to be involved in the fire service but not necessarily as firefighters. While firefighters are the most recognizable personnel in the fire service, there are many facets to the behind-the-scenes personnel. Areas such as 911 operators, insurance loss prevention, fire inspection, public fire education, and system installation are examples of career fields associated with this degree. Graduates who have completed this degree are employed throughout New England. Many other graduates have sought further education and have transferred to Oklahoma State University, University of New Haven, University of Maryland, and Keene State College.
- 911 operator
- Fire Prevention Specialist
- Loss Prevention Specialist
- Installation Technician
LRCC is a FESHE Certified Institution
The Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) Recognition certificate is an acknowledgement that a collegiate emergency services degree program meets the minimum standards of excellence established by FESHE professional development committees and the National Fire Academy (NFA).