Every summer, the Rapid Response Team Camp trains students how to save lives and help people when in need. Teenagers from across the state spend a week learning leadership skills, Mass Care and Shelter Operations, the Incident Command System, CPR, AED, 1st Aid, Basic Search and Rescue Techniques, Land Navigation, and a variety of problem-solving skills. The cost for the weeklong camp is $10,000 but is free to the students selected to attend. All of the instructors for the camp donate their time and services. The cost covers room, meals, and the equipment necessary for the week-long experience. Your donations would be greatly appreciated.