Your sponsorship enables NCEMSF to fulfill its mission and meet the needs of its constituents - the future leaders of EMS! Please consider supporting our programs. Many opportunities exist to get involved - please view the materials below and contact NCEMSF to learn more.
Become a sponsor:
"Emergency! Call 9-1-1!" is heard every day in the U.S. When people need help, they know who to call. On college campuses everywhere, students, faculty, administrators, and staff make the same call, but it is quite different when the college or university has its own campus-based emergency medical services unit and students are answering the calls of their peers. Campus based EMS is about students helping students, fostering that civic duty to give back to the greater community and preparing the tomorrow's leaders.
Not only do student volunteers respond and handle potentially life-threatening emergencies, they also work within their collegiate communities educating others in the basics of CPR and First Aid whereby helping to create safer and healthier environments for all.
Students involved in collegiate EMS continue as leaders in their chosen fields. Beyond providing for the acquisition of medical knowledge, collegiate EMS instructs participants in critical life lessons including leadership, teamwork, problem solving and critical decision making.
To continue our work in advocating for campus-based EMS across North America, NCEMSF and our members rely on the generous support of sponsors like you. Your sponsorship and support of NCEMSF and our members helps facilitate ongoing research, provide scholarships and grants to startup and struggling initiatives, host educational seminars, and train the next generation of EMS and community leaders.
For more information, please see our Sponsorship Brochure and Conference Exhibitor Form below:
- 2016 Sponsorship Brochure (PDF) - Coming soon!
- 2015 NCEMSF Exhibitor Contract (PDF) - Coming soon!
- NCEMSF Conference Exhibitor Credit Card Payment
Email email@example.com for more information and learn of the multiple opportunities to become involved.