NAWGJ Membership Number
The User ID number on your profile page is your
Membership cards cannot currently be printed.
Print your receipt
as proof of renewal.
ONLINE Membership - Renew, view or update your Member profile
If you have questions about your membership or an issue with your membership, contact Barbara Tebben, NAWGJ National Secretary at
NAWGJ Membership Site
NAWGJ has a common membership expiration date of July 31.
Membership fee - $60.00
New certified judges can join NAWGJ for $30 from January 1 to July 31. This membership will expire
July 31. This option must be done via check or money order.
To join online, click the above link, complete the requested information
and pay online. A membership card will not be available to print at the
current time. Please print and retain your receipt as proof of your NAWJ
If you prefer to mail a check, simply print out the
application form and send the completed form along with the membership fee to the NAWGJ Secretary, Barbara Tebben 6913
Rosemary Road Eden Prairie MN 55346.
There is a $30.00 charge for a dishonored check.
free to contact me if you have any questions.
Benefits of NAWGJ
meets according to the rating attained.
Copy of the
Judges Operating Guide which includes the NAWGJ Constitution,
Operating Code, Code of Ethics, Fee Structure, and other forms and
Liability Insurance is provided to all members. Coverage is
$500,000 per occurrence and valid only for documented activities
and competitions assigned by NAWGJ.
Website. This will keep you abreast of rule changes, NAWGJ Board
Minutes, NAWGJ Symposium information, USAG Congress updates and much
newsletters. You will receive newsletters specific to your local
area. Each State Judging Director (SJD) is responsible for keeping
his/her members informed on trends, clinics, workshops, and meet
training. NAWGJ provides training and education at the State,
Regional, and National levels.
NAWGJ provides a library with a wealth of information from study
tools to videos for review.
Representation—NAWGJ members are represented on the following
Women’s Technical Committee of USA Gymnastics (USAG)
Women’s Program Committee of USAG
Executive Governing Board
NAWGJ Membership for meet directors
directors, there are many advantages of assignment of judges by NAWGJ.
NAWGJ is pleased to be of service to organizations in need of
contracting gymnastics officials for gymnastics competitions throughout
the United States. Our network of volunteer individuals work many hours
assigning meets on a local, state, regional and national level.
Advantages of contracting officials through the NAWGJ include:
NAWGJ provides those gymnastics officials who have met Active Status
requirements, been actively judging at the level at which they have
been assigned, and who are current members of USAG and NAWGJ. NAWGJ
assures the Meet Director that each judge assigned has fulfilled
requirements which include attendance of recognized clinics,
verification of practice judging experience with a higher rated
official, and active judging experience. The host club can assume
that the officials are familiar with the rules and regulations,
which govern the sport of gymnastics, which will in turn maintain
the quality of competition.
NAWGJ strives for objective, impartial judging by communicating with
the Meet Director and respective USAG personnel to assign the most
qualified judges. A rotational system is used whenever possible
based upon geographics, USAG Criteria for the Assignment, and
specific needs of the Meet Director.
NAWGJ sets standards for ethical behavior, personal appearance and
job performance. It is the goal of NAWGJ to train and educate a body
of gymnastics officials who are held accountable for their actions
in this regard.
Save Time and
NAWGJ saves time and money for the Meet Director and/or host club by
taking care of all assigning needs, such as the mailing of
contracts, long distance phone calls, arranging possible car pools
and securing last minute replacements.