18% of the EMT positions in the city of Honolulu, Hawaii EMS are open. To remedy this (apparently sun and surf alone aren't enough) the city is offering paid EMT training. The string attached: you must work for two years after training.
City's offer: Get paid to become a Honolulu EMT
Before you sign up you should know the EMT course in Hawaii is 420 hours. If you would rather take the course on your own for college credit it can also be taken at the Kapi'olani Community College. The EMT course is 20 credit hours.