Virginia Association of Junior Volunteer Rescue Squads, Inc.
Become a member today!!!!
The VAJVRS is the youthful division of the VAVRS. Any junior squad of a member unit is eligible to become a member. The VAVRS believes junior squads to be the future of pre-hospital care. It is the association goal to offer guidance and channel their enthusiasm into education and leadership skills.
1. Build leadership skills.
2. Explore the state and see how other junior crews operate.
3. Get “hands on’” EMS experience, while observing the senior members.
4. Cultivate interest in medical field.
5. Establish invaluable EMS contacts across the state.
6. Provides opportunities to experience EMS competitive events.
7. Affords the opportunity to run for and hold a state junior office.
8. Provides opportunities to take EMS classes .
9. Offers the opportunity to connect with other juniors across the state.
10. Establishes the foundation for membership and active participation in the VAVRS as a senior member.
VAJVRS Membership Application Form
For more information regarding membership please get in touch with VAJVRS President Brandon Propst. Contact information is below.
Message from the VAJVRS President:
My name is Brandon Propst, VAJVRS President. I am writing this to inform you about some of the opportunities of joining the Virginia Association of Junior Volunteer Rescue Squads. One of the opportunities includes meeting your peers from all over the state. Making connections with other members from across the state can be beneficial. Second, you as a junior member can hold a leadership office just as I am. Holding a leadership position, you will learn more about the association; meet members, plan events, and most importantly become a leader for your peers. The VAJVRS also holds junior BLS competitions at the state level.
I joined as a junior member with my hometown rescue squad in 2016. The following summer, I got to experience the annual VAVRS Convention. At the convention, I learned a lot. I got to meet people from all of the state. These people were leaders, nurses, doctors, people on advisory boards, and etc. The training events are fantastic. The junior meetings are set-up to teach junior members the ropes for the VAVRS meetings. Not only did I get to have fun with members of my rescue squad, but I got to have fun with other family/friends from the state. Since then I have been the Historian, Vice-President, and now the President for the Junior Association. I have learned how to conduct a meeting, the financial aspect of a non-profit, being a part of committees and helping make decisions, and meeting with and connecting with peers to come together to brainstorm for the future juniors.
VAJVRS Spring BOG Packet
VAJVRS 2018-2019 Officers
President: Brandon Propst 540-830-9399
Secretary/Treasurer: Adam Lane 276-608-1273
Chaplain: Bryton Vandyke 276-698-1348
Historian: Oliva Bostic 276-492-5760
District 1 V.P. : Kalee Stevenson 540-241-5803
District 3 V.P. : Cara Beasley 804-586-8480
District 5 V.P. : Tyler McGaughey 434-203-1301
District 6 V.P. : Bradley Hancock 276-340-0926
District 6 V.P. : Toby Akers Jr. 540-357-0801
District 7 V.P. : Adarah Williams 540-922-3556
District 9 V.P. : Alice Becker 276-274-5798
District 10 V.P. :Emily Laveroni 540-645-9206
VAVRS Junior Advisor - Chair: Alfred Smith 540-558-9334
VAVRS Junior Advisor: Brandon Baugus 804-586-0158
VAVRS Junior Advisor: Kim Melson 540-735-4889
VAVRS Junior Advisor: Emily Pittman
VAVRS Junior Advisor: Adarah Williams 540-922-3556