Joint Recruitment Process & Scholarships

Joint Recruitment Scholarship Opportunity Information

The Joint Recruitment Process is a process done by local fire agencies in and around Deschutes County.  C.O.C.C. does not have any ties to the process other than being a non-bias third party resource for the agencies participating.  The collection of applications and the distribution of test is the only involvement the college has in this process.  Decisions are strictly made by the Departments; C.O.C.C. has no influence on final decisions.  

Selection by an agency does not guarantee admittance into the college.  

Please contact John Failla, via email: jfailla@cocc.edu or leave a detailed voice message at 541-383-7701 Ex. 2292 for joint recruitment information and questions.

COCC uses one standard for any person entering an Allied Health profession program at the college.  Students can read the requirements at  COCC policy for OHA Division 30, Chapter 409 Rules for Health Professions Programs  Students can also go to  OAR 333.265 for rules pertaining to EMS licensure.

COCC uses  OAR 407-007 as our guide in determining eligibility for a student with a criminal history.

Both the Application and the Release and Waiver must be submitted no later than April 2nd by 5:00 PM.

Joint Recruitment Application

Release and Waiver Packet

Joint Recruitment Process Timeline

Fire Department Directory

Physical Agility Test

Black Butte Ranch Rural Fire Protection District Student Scholarship Program Brochure

Crescent Fire District/ Cascade Fire and EMS

Crooked River Ranch Fire & Rescue

Jefferson County Fire District #1 Student Program Brochure

La Pine Rural Fire Protection District Reserve Firefighter Program Brochure

Redmond Fire and Rescue Student Program

Sisters/Camp Sherman Fire District EMS Resident Volunteer Brochure

Sisters/Camp Sherman Fire District Resident Volunteer Brochure

Sunriver Fire Department Reserve Program

Scholarships and Financial Aid Links

COCC Foundation

Financial Aid

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