Have the desire to become an EMT and serve the community?
Be no younger than 16 years old;
Complete an EMT course within one year;
Be able to commit one 12 hour shift per week (Day team members can split their 12 hour commitment.);
Attend monthly meetings and training drills.
We also offer an opportunity for membership candidates to observe actual EMS/911 calls through our Ride Along Program. It's a great way to experience the efforts of the Morris Minute Men . Download the material below.
High school students
Stay at home parents
Tradesmen or others working in town
Flex time workers or telecommuters
Businessmen and executives
People with days off during the week
Anyone who wants to help others or learn valuable first aid skills
If you meet the requirements for membership and are interested in joining the Morris Minute Men:
Complete and submit an Application and the Supplemental Material;
Schedule a tour of our Headquarters;
Complete the Hazmat Certification;
Interview with the Membership Committee;
Meet with our Board of Managers;
Attend a Business Meeting;
Attend Orientation and complete a CPR class.
To download our Application Form and Supplemental Material you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader which is available for free here. Drop off the completed forms at our headquarters on 97 Mill Road in Morris Plains, NJ or mail it to the Morris Minute Men, P.O. Box 192, Morris Plains, NJ 07950. You will be contacted to arrange for a tour of our headquarters. Tours take place the second Saturday of each month at 08:30 and the last Saturday of the month at 17:30.
Morris Minute Men Emergency Medical Services is looking for volunteers to serve our community as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). As a volunteer you will learn valuable first aid and life-saving skills as the first responders who answer 9-1-1 calls. You’ll receive on-the-job training as well as classroom training. Upon successful completion of an EMT certification course you will be certified by the New Jersey Department of Health as an EMT. Many students have used their experience with the Minute Men as an introduction for careers as nurses, paramedics, physicians’ assistants and doctors.