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As an EFO Program student, you are enhancing your professional development through a series of four graduate and upper-division-baccalaureate equivalent courses taken over a four-year period. Each course is two weeks in length. You must complete an Applied Research Project (ARP) that relates to your organization within six months after the completion of each of the four courses.
The Executive Fire Officer Symposium scheduled for April 16-19, 2020 has been postponed. With many of our fire and emergency medical services leadership managing events at home, we felt it was in the best interest of all to reschedule this event.
Postponing the symposium allows first responders and EFO graduates to focus on their community's well-being and aligns with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance for large events and mass gatherings.
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You may also email a question to the Help Desk.