About the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education initiative

Working with coordinators of two- and four-year academic fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) management degree programs, the U. S. Fire Administration established the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) network of emergency services-related education and training providers. The FESHE mission is to:

Establish an organization of post-secondary institutions to promote higher education and to enhance the recognition of the fire and emergency services as a profession to reduce loss of life and property from fire and other hazards.

FESHE members have made remarkable strides in:

Download the FESHE program mark

The FESHE program mark represents the idea that within the ivory towers of higher education, firefighters and fire officers, armed with the knowledge and a college degree, can reduce the human and economic impact of fires in their communities. This mark is public domain and may be used freely.

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FESHE program mark