Wendy McClendon

Wendy McClendon
Technical Education, Career, Community Education, Community & ED
Reginal Fire Training Center
Office Hours:
Wednesday, 10:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.


I have been a in EMS for 29 years and a paramedic for 23 years now. I started off my career in the USAR as a combat medic at age 17  and fell in love with it so much that I put myself through civilian paramedic school when I was old enough - back then they had age restrictions.  I started working as a paramedic for AMR Alameda county back in  2000. I worked as a combat medic instructor in the Army reserves for 15 years finishing out my career there as a OCT - observer/ controller / trainer and retired in 2016 with 23 years of service. Ive been teaching EMT students since 2005, started off as a skills instructor and part time lecturer at Las Positas College, Livermore CA. In 2014 I took over the EMT Program as the primary professor and created a very strong program. I joined the team at MJC this last September (2022) as my first Full Time position as a instructor / college professor. I am excited to not only work closer to home but to teach with an amazing group of instructors who have created an amazing program here. I still work on the ambulance part time to keep skills up to date and I love the patient contacts - it reminds me still today why I teach. In my spare time I raise a teenager, tend to my rescue horses and other farm animals and live each day to the fullest.

Courses I Teach

  • Mems-350-1875,  Emergency medical Responder
    Section(s): 1875
  • Mems 390-2006,  Emergency medical technician
    Section(s): 2006
  • MEMS - 389-2005,  Clinicals
    clinicals for EMT
    Section(s): 2005