Our Purpose

In 2016, the McMillan Family Foundation, Inc. in partnership with the Indiana District 1 Firefighter Training Council established the Multi Agency Academic Cooperative (MAAC) Foundation in order to better serve all public safety professionals. The MAAC Foundation has been charged with developing training opportunities for firefighters, police officers, and EMS.  This is being achieved through the offerings of combined classroom and practical application programs that provide advanced levels of critical thinking and functioning in preparedness and response. Moreover, MAAC is dedicated to supporting and meeting the needs of existing Indiana District 1 training sites.

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2018

NIPSCO funds first responder training

GUEST COMMENTARY: Firefighter training has been transformed
Dec 23, 2018 by Jason Gikas

Indiana State Police Lowell Post Welcomes Five New Troopers

Multi Agency Academic Cooperative (MAAC) Foundation Awarded $20,000 Grant

NIPSCO DONATES $20K FOR FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING

Fire Training Academy graduates 22 firefighters to serve communities throughout Northwest Indiana

PAC Supports MAAC Public Safety Training School with Donation of Mounting Brackets

GUEST COMMENTARY: Taking a childhood fantasy and turning it to reality
10-9-2018 by Phillip Griffith

Grant funds training for emergency responders

GUEST COMMENTARY: This is why I give ...
7-26-2018 by Stewart McMillan

Porter County high schoolers become members of inaugural fire, rescue program

GUEST COMMENTARY: First responder training is an investment we can’t afford not to make
6-14-2018 by David Fagan

7th Annual NIPSCO Luminary Awards Shine a Spotlight on Community Leaders

Legacy Foundation Presents Grant to MAAC

Grant funds training for emergency responders

Employers now offered OSHA training in Valparaiso

Partnership Aims to Expand Safety Training in NWI

GUEST COMMENTARY: Support training for first responders
3-8-2018 by Laurie Mullet

First class of volunteer firefighters graduate from MAAC training academy

29 New Firefighters Celebrating Completion of Rigorous 6 Month Training

New Duneland firefighters to graduate from the MAAC

GUEST COMMENTARY: Advancements in training for Indiana emergency responders
2-11-2018 by Bryan J. Langley, James L. Greeson

Valpo mayor lauds his team in making the city a success

Portage adds fifth dog to K-9 unit

GUEST COMMENTARY: Training facility unites Region first responders
1-23-2018 by Michael Baird

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