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Section member benefits
FSTE membership helps tailor your NFPA benefits to your industry and puts you in direct contact with a worldwide network of peers in your profession. You can call on full and adjunct faculty, administrators, and instructors of fire science, technology, and life safety education programs in institutions of higher learning to solve problems, share expertise, and stay current on the latest technical advances. Plus, FSTE gives you firsthand access to new ideas that can enhance your own research initiatives, your department's curriculum, teaching materials and educational methods.

Advance your career through CEUs, educational seminars, and professional development critical to your success on the job. Plus, Section leadership and publication opportunities help you build credentials and enhance your reputation as an expert in your field.

Member qualifications
Membership in FSTE is open to any NFPA member who is an instructor, an administrator, or a full or adjunct faculty member at an institution of higher education; and others who are interested in the objectives of the Section.

Section objectives

Membership in the Fire Science and Technology Educators Section is contingent upon membership in NFPA and shall be limited to full and adjunct faculty, instructors, and administrators at institutions of higher education and such other persons as the Executive Board determines to be in the interest of the section. See more.

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