Emergency Services/First Responders

Extreme Event

Looking for a way to train people in disaster response and community mobilization? Take a look at the "Extreme Event" from the Koshland Science Museum. The impressive site gives you free materials and full instructions for how to run a session in which participants have to face an emergency scenario and build coalitions to address it.

Radio Emergency Associated Communications Teams (REACT) International

Well-recognized organization of ham radio and CB operators who work with established emergency organizations to communicate worldwide during emergencies and disasters. The site provides self-help materials for the volunteers involved.

"The Volunteers: Americans Join World War 1, 1914-1919"

AFS Intercultural Programs has created this website and a wonderful written curriculum to teach students about volunteering in WWI, but it really offers great ideas for presenting all types of volunteer service. Free, downloadable materials.

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