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Stephen Carter

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Stephen
Carter
Frederick
MD

2019 to Present Special Projects Manager for Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD 2014 to 2019 Instructional Coordinator for Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD 2014 to Present Adjunct Faculty Member for Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD 2014 to Present Adjunct Faculty Member for the University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, MD 2006 to 2014 Program Chair for the Public Safety Administration, Emergency Management, Fire Science, and Homeland Security Programs at the University of Maryland University College, School of Undergraduate Studies, Adelphi, MD 2003 to 2006 Adjunct Faculty Member for the University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, MD 1972 to Present Self-employed consultant/trainer d/b/a *Public Safety Associates*, Frederick, MD 2005 to 2006 Senior Staff at Johns Hopkins University assigned to the Maryland Emergency Management Agency, Baltimore, MD 1991 to 2005 Faculty member of the Maryland Fire and Rescue, University of Maryland College Park, College Park, MD

Master of Science in Management, State and Local Government, from University of Maryland University College, College Park, MD; May 1998 B.A. in Psychology from Thiel College, Greenville, PA; 1968 Graduate of the Executive Fire Officer Program of the National Fire Academy, Federal Emergency Management Agency; 1988

American Society for Public Administration Maryland Emergency Management Association

Basic Wildland Firefighting, Student Workbook and Instructor Guide, written and published by the Arizona State Land Department, Fire Management Office, 1990 Industrial Emergency Response Needs Assessment, written in April 1993, and published by both the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute and the Industrial Fire & Emergency Management Training Association (The Alliance) Industrial Emergency Response Needs Assessment, Second Edition, edited in June 1995, and released by the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute

Exemplary Service and Contribution from the Maryland Homeland Security Educational Alliance 2016 The Dr. Patricia Stanley Excellence and Leadership Award 2017 as part of the Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management at Frederick Community College from President Elizabeth Burmaster Recognition for Support of the PGCPS Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Program, PGCPS CTE, October 2018

Stephen Carter

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  • The National Fire Heritage Center
  • Address: 17701 Creamery Road  Emmitsburg, Maryland 21727
  • Phone: (210) 380-8364
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