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Training Firefighters Social Entrepreneurs for Prevention


In North America hundreds of people die in preventable house fires every year. Diminishing fire dept budgets affect public education programs causing a “fire problem”.

Tune in for universal lessons on working with your heart, not taking no for an answer, and discover the good fight firefighter social entrepreneurs fight in order to change the public education landscape CLICK HERE TO LISTEN IN

It takes quite a passionate influencer for social change to truly impress upon me but this mission to eliminate preventable fires needs a world of change agents to make a difference, so let’s do this together starting now! There is no denying the passion firefighters have for saving lives and property. In my career I’ve met changemakers who are doing good all over the world but the potential for vastly restoring community life safety begins with the combination of social entrepreneur mentors for firefighters.

Whether on my podcast The Voices Of Social Change, through my work with startup social entrepreneurs, or consulting work with social ventures, I’ve seen firsthand what it means to be on the front lines of social change. In this podcast we unravel the meaning behind this mission to bring social change and social entrepreneurship into the way our communities teach kids how NOT to become victims of fire through Fire-ED.

Follow the Fire-ED Community Podcast as we take a no-holds-barred approach to creating a new wave for the way prevention education is delivered to communities. To request an interview Contact Us.

Joshua Schukman avatar
Josh is the founder of Social Change Nation, whose mission is to provide startup social entrepreneurs with the best tools for growing their companies. Like he has done for Fire-ED Founder Tracy Last! Josh hosts a podcast featuring interviews with the world’s leading change agents and creates educational content to help businesses make a dollar AND a difference. Prior to starting Social Change Nation, Josh was an AmeriCorps member, a community developer in Peru, financial counselor in Tennessee, and a grad student in social entrepreneurship.

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