If you missed the live show, you can still listen in to the recorded copy. Host Candice McDonald, iWomen Trustee, talked to several guests about their thoughts on mentoring, and how it helped them to succeed in the fire service and in their personal lives.
Rescue Air Systems and iWomen announced a new partnership that will help the organization continue to advance its advocacy, education and training programs.
Fire Service leaders have the difficult task of gathering information and data from a variety of sources in an effort to insure the safety of the their communities and their firefighters.
In August of 2016, iWomen partnered with the United States Fire Administration to complete a Study on the Emerging Issues of Women in the Fire Service.
iWomen members – this is a great opportunity to study at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with five focus areas, including Environmental Challenges. The tie into fire could be
The application period for the second semester of National Fire Academy resident classes opened October 15. The application period closes December 15. The second semester includes those classes scheduled from
Would your department want to be the hosting city for our next International Conference? Now is the time to put your proposal together! The RFP for locations has been published