Tropical Updates

FEMA Advisory: Beware of Scam and Fraud This Holiday Season

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BATON ROUGE, La. – Don’t let a fraud or scam steal the joy of the holiday season from you. Be aware that con artists and criminals may try to steal money or personal information from you through fraud, scams, or identity theft. Some may even pose as federal disaster workers. If a person approaches you as a FEMA employee, always ask to see[...]

FEMA Still Here to Help Hurricane Ida Survivors

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The deadline to apply for individual assistance has already passed, but FEMA remains in Louisiana to assist with long-term recovery and rebuilding following Hurricane Ida. Here’s how FEMA and its federal partners continue the mission, and what assistance survivors can still[...]

FEMA Seeking Applicants To Join Hurricane Ida Recovery Team

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BATON ROUGE, La. – Louisiana residents with experience in customer service, data entry, external affairs, logistics, and more have several opportunities to join the Hurricane Ida response and recovery effort as temporary employees. Hiring local, temporary staff is one way FEMA diversifies its workforce and broadens its expertise.

The following jobs are available, mostly in Baton Rouge, to aid with community recovery needs[...]


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