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January 25, 2009 06:06PM

I am 16 years old and i know its a little early.. maybe to early, but I want to be apart of Yosemite Parks search and rescue dose any one know of things i could do now that would boost my chances of becoming apart of YOSAR.

and... also what requirements are needed for different job titles... like helicopter pilot, dog rescue, ground units....etc
avatar Re: YOSAR
January 25, 2009 07:59PM
Robzilla... winking smiley
I haven't a clue... but the web is your friend...

For the frequent visitors to this site I found this which will be of interest:

Very interesting.

For you, I would check out the freindsofyosar site and also their links
page and look into the Yosemite one. I know in Yosemite they have a camp
site at Tuolumne Meadows and Yosemite Valley (TM Campground and
pretty sure Camp 4). You may want to go and pay them a visit
and talk to them.
From the Yosemite site:

Look at the SAR-Site info. It gives you some indication of the hurdles you would have.

Good luck
avatar Re: YOSAR
January 26, 2009 10:56AM
I have a friend that has worked with YOSAR. He's an Eagle Scout, and while he was involved with Boy Scouts, he and some other scouts got involved with our local Search and Rescue group. He maintained his involvement with the local group even when he was away at college (he'd go on searches if he was home from school).

I'd suggest finding a local Search and Rescue unit, start working with them, and go from there. Good luck!
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