Hawkins County Rescue Squad Junior Program

Information about the Junior Program offered by our agency:

In 2016, the Hawkins County Rescue Squad Junior Membership Committee announced the re-establishment of its Junior Member Program. The program is being reincarnated as an effort to engage youth to pursue public service and to grow the membership of the Rescue Squad with tomorrow’s leaders. By participating in a youth program, members said, young people gain confidence, develop mechanical skills and aptitude, and gain a greater awareness of personal safety. A vital purpose, particularly among programs affiliated with volunteer-dependent organizations, is to provide an ever-evolving supply of interested, involved, trained and experiences young people who might become adult emergency service providers when they outgrow the youth program. As community-service volunteers, Junior Recruits will develop a sense of public service among youth in the county, assist with all levels of operation within the Squad, and come to understand the great level of compassion and training required to assist persons in their time of need.

Who can become a Junior Member? What are the requirements? What are the rules and regulations? How can I apply?

Junior Membership Packets are available by clicking on the link below in PDF format or at the Rescue Squad building on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. The online version must be printed off and completed just as the one that is available at the Rescue Squad Building. 

Hawkins County Rescue Squad Junior Membership Packet

Hawkins County Rescue Squad Junior Membership Committee

Co-Chairman- Lynn Campbell

Co-Chairman- Brad Watts

Committee Members

Corey Young

Tim Luttrell

Earl Smith

Donna Shortt

Randy Price

Michelle Mallory