Be a paramedic.
A shortage of qualified personnel in Michigan, and across the United States creates staffing challenges for many EMS organizations. Mobile Medical Response (MMR) is
seeking energetic and compassionate individuals with the desire to help others and serve their community. MMR is Michigan’s largest geographical provider of Emergency
Medical Services, so we have established training scholarship programs for qualified individuals seeking to become paramedics. Scholarships provide funding for the pre-requisite EMT-B training program.
Training programs fully prepare students to challenge the EMT National Registry exam and obtain their EMT license. Successful candidates are eligible to apply for employment with MMR and become part of a team that provides high quality pre-hospital care and medical transportation to the communities we serve. EMT’s working for MMR are eligible for the additional training scholarship for the paramedic training program.
EMT and Paramedic training programs are offered in Saginaw and Mt. Pleasant. Courses start each year in August, May and January. Scholarships cover the cost of tuition and uniforms. Students are responsible for their books, program testing fees, (approx $500) and drug screening and background checks, (approx $83). Applicants are responsible for Work Keys testing.
Eligibility, academic requirements, application process and necessary personal information are contained in the EMS Careers Scholarship Application. Download your application here! Candidates must submit an essay and participate in an interview with the MMR selection committee.
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