i have trained for basic safety course and fire fighting and i love it, also i grew up with all the men in the family and rifles, that made me love the military and saving lives stuff :) i just hope i can do it, but i am referring to work in the US, not here in the Philippines lol :) thank so much for inspiring me :)
When you get to the US, I'd suggest finding and joining a local volunteer fire department if there is one in your area... and then start looking for an EMS program. Check the local hospitals and community colleges- cause you don't have to have a college degree to get your EMT license.
thanks for the advice sweet jull :) i'll do that, im giving my self a year to get there, kinda hard though but im doing my best to reach my dreams :) i admire you, i always wanted to be in the team :) God bless <3
:( any job in the military would be great. i am a chef by profession, would that be acceptable if i apply as a kitchen staff?
No, you still have to go through boot. It would be nice if they made exceptions but not these days. Now I know from my experience there were those who later became diabetic and the military kept them.
any ob fro the military would be great, i can be in the office or at the kitchen, i am a chef by profession, would that be acceptable?
i guess its really not for me :) but i'm glad i have met you all here.
I aslo am in EMS with Diabetes and a pump :).
How much is the pump there? i want that so bad too, it would be a big help when im at work. i work 10hours shift and a 30 mins break, it really bothers me when i have to stop working to inject
I start my pump next week and wonder the same thing!!! I hate MDI's while I am working it gets frustrating when I get a call between injection and eating.. and with the "rules" of EMS, that's just about every time of course. lol