Nov. 17 is the deadline for those who may be selected to be interviewed for a Marietta Fire Department video for new firefighters — people who have been helped by Marietta EMTs. Here a Marietta firefighter guides a preschool tour of the Marietta Fire Museum, which is undergoing renovation. Courtesy of Marietta

Marietta Fire Department seeks video training interviews

The Marietta Fire Department is seeking anyone who has received help from a Marietta emergency medical technician/paramedic to be a part of a city training video for new EMTs.

The theme for the EMT recruit class is “Stories of Life” which begins Jan. 2.

Nov. 17 is the deadline. Contact Marietta Communications Manager Lindsey Wiles at to apply.

“We then hope to schedule a time to interview you to show our new firefighters why our department trains hard, stays up to date on the newest life-saving techniques and, in general, to help train the newest City of Marietta firefighters,” Wiles said.

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