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FRAMINGHAM – MassBay Community College is holding immersive tours and information sessions for prospective students interested in its Emergency Medical Services (EMS) certificate programs: Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Paramedicine.

Visitors will be led on an interactive tour of MassBay’s simulation labs, observe and participate in a hands-on simulated emergency activity, visit CPR stations, interact with simulation and other equipment that are used in real-world EMS settings, and learn about career paths for each program. MassBay EMS faculty will also be available to meet with students and to answer questions about the program.

The event is Wednesday, April 5 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. or 6 to 8 p.m. at 19 Flagg Drive in Framingham

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Prospective students interested in attending the tour and information session are asked to register using this link:

This information session is for students interested in MassBay’s Emergency Medical Services programs: Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Paramedicine. For information about MassBay’s other Health Science certificate and associate degree programs (Nursing, Surgical Technology, Radiologic Technology, Central Processing Technology, or Phlebotomy), information sessions specific to those programs are being offered this spring.

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Please visit the MassBay info sessions pages to register: requires all guests to be vaccinated to attend on-campus events.

Individuals who are unemployed or receiving public assistance may qualify for free enrollment in our summer EMT certificate program. Prospective students can fill out this form to inquire and check eligibility for this free course.

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MassBay Community College EMT and Paramedic students provide medical treatment to a simulation mannequin as part of a hands-on emergency simulation drill on the Framingham campus, Framingham, MA May 2019 (Photo/MassBay Community College).

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