Greater Monmouth YMCA Swim Officials


If you have navigated to this page you are either a certified official looking for recertification courses or you are trying to find out whether you would like to become an official yourself.

Want to become an official?  We are always looking to recruit new officials. Why would you want to become an official? Here are the Top 10 answers:

10.  There is no pay but…

  9.  No entry fee either.

  8.  Free meet program, free food and oh yes...

  7.  Sometimes a free pen is thrown in.

  6.  Additional bonus, just in case we forgot, no pay but…

  5.  We cannot run meets without officials.

  4.  You will be working with the greatest group of volunteers.

  3.  You can keep in contact with your swimmer.

  2.  New friends, old friends, it’s a great way to socialize. Did we mention no pay?

And the number one reason to become an official....

  1.  It’s the best “seat” in the house!

Upcoming Swim Official Clinics

YMCA Level I

  • Thursday, October 6th at 6PM at Madison YMCA led by Judy Sharkey
  • Saturday, October 8th at 9AM at Westfield YMCA led by Bart Fellin
  • Wednesday, October 12th at 4:15PM at YMCA of Montclair led by Tammy Como
  • Saturday, October 15th at 12:30PM at Lakeland Hills YMCA led by Val Gibson
  • Saturday, October 22nd at 9AM at Ocean County YMCA led by Judy Sharkey


  • Saturday, October 8th at 8AM at Ridgewood YMCA led by Ed Miller
  • Tuesday, October 13th at 6PM at Madison YMCA led by Judy Sharkey
  • Saturday, October 22nd at 10AM at Summit YMCA led by Bart Fellin
  • Saturday, October 22nd at 7PM (virtual) led by Val Gibson
  • Wednesday, November 2nd at 7PM (virtual) led by Val Gibson


  • Friday, October 7th at Hunterdon County YMCA (Annandale Branch) led by Bart Fellin
  • Monday, October 17th at Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA led by Judy Sharkey

Here are the emails of the instructors:

Click the link below to register for the online course for concussion training:


Need further information?  Contact Adam Yee: [email protected]