Fire & Rescue
Serving Southwest Dodge County, WI
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, DIAL 911
206 S. Main Street
P.O. Box 46
Reeseville, WI 53579
Office # 920-927-5271
Chief # 920-988-5850
Fire Cadet Program
Why Choose to be a Fire Cadet?
Are you a 15 - 18 year old with high integrity who cares about the Clyman, Lowell & Reeseville area and wants to represent positive change in our community? The Fire Cadet program will be the ideal path for you to develop the skills you'll use in a career as a Firefighter. This unique position provides the opportunity to help CLR area citizens every day, while also focusing on the your educational, physical fitness, personal and professional development.
To make positive changes in your community.
You'll be directly helping to make the Clyman, Lowell & Reeseville area a better place every day.
To gain skills and prepare for a rewarding and stable career
As an apprentice-style program, you'll be receiving valuable training that upon completion will lead to a career as a Firefighter with the CLR Fire & Rescue.
What is a Fire Cadet?
The CLR Fire & Rescue Cadets are civilians who serve in an apprentice style position to aid the fire dept. and prepare themselves for a career in the fire service.
Where to apply?
Applications can be obtained by calling the Deputy Chief Abell or by picking them up at the Reeseville Station.
What are the minimum requirements?
The fire cadet must be at least 15 years old at time of application and not more than 18 years old on starting date.
Must be enrolled in a school district served by the CLR Fire & Rescue or have a high school diploma or GED.
Must be a U.S. citizen or authorized to work in the U.S.
Must have a signed authorization/waiver from a parent or guardian.