Berwyn Fire Co. Partners with Conestoga High School
By Newsdesk
May 23, 2019

BERWYN, PA – The Berwyn Fire Company is once again partnering with Conestoga High School as a sponsor of the Senior Internship Program. This unique program is a cooperative effort among students, parents, staff and community members to introduce students to the process involved in becoming a part of the world outside of school.

Among the 4 students interning at the fire company, there are 3 that currently serve in volunteer fire and EMS roles at the Berwyn Fire Company. Although it is not a requirement to be a member at the fire company to intern, it is an added bonus to have the extra personnel on hand to respond to emergencies. Each of the students involved will be attending college to continue their academic journey for the 2019-2020 school year.

While responding to fire and EMS calls in the Tredyffrin-Easttown community is the more exciting part of the internship, the students help with cleaning the firehouse, checking equipment, and assisting with administrative duties. Best wishes to the interns as they near completion of the program next week and graduate on June 5th.

Scott Miesen – University of New Haven: Fire Science Administration - Berwyn Volunteer Firefighter
Sam Nalbone – South Carolina Honors College: Mechanical Engineering - Berwyn Volunteer Firefighter
Emily Nudy – University of Delaware: Nursing - Berwyn Volunteer EMT
Grace King – University of Pittsburgh: Nursing

Thank you to the leadership of the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District and Conestoga High School for allowing us to be a part of this important educational program.


The Berwyn Fire Company is a registered 501c3 non-profit combination organization that provides primary fire, EMS, and rescue services to 30,338 citizens between Tredyffrin Township and Easttown Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania. To learn more about the Company visit


Chris Nalbone May 23, 2019 at 4:48 PM
Great job! Thanks for your service to the community!