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GFSA Reaches Out to the Next Generation

“World of Fire Protection” Presented at CareerExpo In March, the Georgia Fire Sprinkler Association (GFSA) and NextGen Initiative (NGI) again sponsored the World of Fire Protection at the Construction Education Foundation Georgia’s (CEFGA) CareerExpo and SkillsUSA competition. We were excited to improve our efforts and participation from last year’s event. …

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Can I Afford to Go to College?

Ten Tips to Get You There Yay, you’ve been accepted to college! Your future looks so bright you need shades… college is a wonderful experience full of learning, making new friends, and preparing for your career. But, wait! How are you (and/or your parents) going to pay for all of …

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The Importance of an Educated Workforce

How AFSA Leads Sprinkler Training The American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) was founded in 1981 to educate merit shop fire sprinkler contractors and is firmly dedicated to the educational advancement of its members. We believe that the best way to get ahead—and stay ahead—in the industry is through a well-trained, …

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Investing in Career Technical Education

Encourage the Federal Government to Double Their Funding Career Technical Education (CTE) provides middle school, high school, postsecondary, and adult learners with the knowledge and skills they need to be prepared for successful careers. Learners enrolled in CTE programs progress along a pathway of increasingly specific academic and technical courses. …

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Invest in the Future of Fire Protection

De Camara and Waller Scholarships Aid Students The Center for Life Safety Education (CLSE), an educational affiliate of the American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA), is proud to sponsor two scholarship programs: the Philip L. De Camara, Jr. Scholarship at the University of Maryland in College Park and the Thomas S. …

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