Here’s what it takes
The basic requirements are simple. Volunteers must be:
    18 years of age or older.
    In good physical health.
    Of sound moral character.

Some Benifits are:

Tax Breaks
Tuition Assistance
LOSAP (Length of Service Award Program)

...and here are the rewards.

Some things are worth more than money and stay with you longer. Things like:

Respect: From every member of your community.

Accomplishment: Train to be a firefighter and you’ll develop knowledge and skills few can claim.

Friendship: Some of your strongest social ties you’ll ever make will be with your brother and sister volunteers...people who share your commitment and ideals.

Satisfaction: Nothing beats the sense of fulfillment that comes from doing an important job well while helping your community.

For an application you may call 631-567-9464 and ask for the Chief in charge of membership or you can e-mail and request an application.

Some frequently asked questions about volunteering

Q: How much time does it take to be a volunteer?
A: It varies from week to week, but on the average you’ll put in seven or eight hours. Many volunteers enjoy putting in more.

Q: What will my training cost?
A: It will cost you nothing. Thousands of dollars of valuable career training will be made available to you free of charge.

Q: How long will it be before I can make a genuine contribution?
A: Immediately. And your responsibilities will increase as you gain experience and training.

Q: Will I have any out-of-pocket costs?
A: No. Your uniform, equipment – even your annual physical – will be provided for free.