The Pennsylvania EMS Provider Foundation (Foundation) is very pleased to announce the first annual call for grant applications.

The Grant: The grant will be awarded to an individual EMT or EMTs who would like to further their education and become Paramedics. The deadline for grant applications is February 15, 2010.

The awardee(s) must have been employed as an emergency medical service provider for at least one year with a Pennsylvania licensed EMS agency or have been guaranteed an offer of a position with a Pennsylvania licensed EMS agency following completion of the education program for which the grant was provided.

The amount of the grant will be determined by the Foundation Board of Directors and the recommendation of the Application Review Committee.

For more information, please see the application, instructions and general information which can be found on the Ambulance Association of Pennsylvania's website (www.aa-pa.org) under What's New or attached. You can also contact Heather at executivedirector@aa-pa.org or 1-888-262-9121.

Founded in 2007, the Foundation was created to serve the Pennsylvania emergency medical services community, to ensure public confidence in emergency medical services, to develop the next generation of emergency medical services providers, educate the public of their services and generally to further the cause of Pennsylvania emergency medical services through education, outreach and philanthropy. The Foundation will support the welfare of Pennsylvania emergency medical services providers and will serve other proper functions of a charitable, public foundation as needed.

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