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September 6, 2018

We’re Hiring for Emergency Medical Technicians

that time of year again. The FDNY is hiring for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). If you believe serving New York City in such an extraordinary way […]
September 4, 2018

Meet Deputy Director Yvonne Moore

you have recently attended one of our Information Sessions, Recruiter Trainings, Tutorials and/or Mobile Academy Events, you have probably met Office of Recruitment and Retention (ORR) […]
September 3, 2018

FDNY Members Celebrate Carnival 2018

Monday, September 3, FDNY Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro and FDNY members marched in the 2018 West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn. View more photos here.

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Coming to an @joinfdny event near you: New #FFCMP Junior Mentors. Look out for these new faces at our Information Sessions and Mobile Academies. They are completing training at “The Rock” and are finalizing plans to help educate aspiring FFers about their rewarding career.

Every week, our #Firefighter Exam #7001 Candidates are training with us at our Fire Academy on @randallsisland to become a step closer to achieving their career goals. After your list number is called, be sure to register for our #CPATTraining Program. #FDNYFit

Week 7 of our #CPAT Prep Program for our #Firefighter Exam #7001 Candidates kicked-off this evening. Check out our session highlights. #FDNYFit

#Rescue3 #Firefighter Craig Thweatt said he celebrated cultural pride with his 6-year-old son Christian yesterday when they marched in the African American Day Parade in #Harlem. Read more at https://t.co/KfKVaCRfS0. View more photos from the parade at https://t.co/8cmdrrTsCw.

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