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    Hi, My names Brian and I'm getting ready to graduate highschool in a year or so. I was considering moving to NC (specifically near Chapel Hill) and was wondering if anybody had any information about any live in programs in the area. Also what county would Chapel Hill be in? And do they hire under 21(at 18)?

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    Chapel Hill is in Orange County. That's about all I know. I work EMS in a county about 70 miles west of there. Maybe by atleast knowing the county you can find something. Durham and Chatham and Alamance counties are bordering counties, i do know it is cheaper to live in the other counties and commute.. Fairly short commute times. HOpe it helps some...

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    Try going to the Office of the State Fire Marshal website and/or call the OSFM and ask. They shold have the answer you seek. You can also try the community college websites that have fire science programs. Coastal Carolina Community College has such a program in Jacksonville Fire Dept, Jacksonville, NC. 910-455-8080 Deputy Chief Mike Koontz
    Last edited by JAXFF7086; 04-10-2007 at 01:37 AM.

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