Becoming a NJ Umpire

Good day all,

Now that our last child is off at school, I still want to be involved with this game I love. Can anyone offer any information on becoming an umpire in New Jersey? I live in central NJ and I’m open to any level of competition. Thanks in advance.

 

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I am also from central NJ ... went through the NJSFU - Mickey Sedlak chapter when my kids grew and I no longer coached them.  They had a training class - 2 nights a week in the winter - 6-8 weeks... after year 1 - you were JV certified... after year 2 - Varsity  (if you pass the exams).  Then you hook up with an assignor.  The chapter can help you - as they have assignors that are members.  I hooked up with teh assignor that was doing our local Cal Ripken league.   If you are doing it for the money - this is the wrong path.  Other sports pay much better for the hours put in.  Feel free to PM me if you want more details.  I do a lot of Cal Ripken - summer tournaments and some USABL too.  

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