If you are interested in either taking the EMT course at Georgetown to become certified or are already certified (have both a state license and NREMT license) and would like to apply to join GERMS we will be holding three information sessions at the following times and locations:
Thursday, August 29th- 8:00 pm, Maguire Hall room 102
Friday, August 30th- 5:00 pm, ICC room 102
Saturday, August 31st- 1:00 pm, ICC room 102
We look forward to seeing you there!
If you are interested in applying to GERMS and already hold an NREMT license and a state EMT license, please refer to link below for the Fall 2013 application. If you wish to receive more information concerning the application process or if you have any general questions about GERMS, please email the Director of Probationary Members, Caroline Wambach (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The application for reciprocities (already hold an NREMT and EMT state license) interested in joining GERMS this current Fall 2013 semester can be found here
. The application is due by 11:59PM on Monday, September 2nd
and interviews will be held on Saturday, September 7th
Joining GERMS gives you the opportunity to ride regularly on a fully licensed ambulance crew and even participate in the management of one of the largest collegiate EMS organizations in the country. With EMTs hailing from all four colleges, as well as graduate schools, GERMS provides a structured, supportive, yet challenging introduction to EMS. Not only do GERMS members count themselves among one of the nation’s oldest collegiate EMS organizations, but also they build friendships that last a lifetime.
Membership in GERMS is open to all individuals who have an affiliation with Georgetown University. There are two ways in which new members join GERMS. Many new members take and pass the Emergency Medical Technician course offered semesterly by our Department of Training. Those who already hold an emergency medical certification in another jurisdiction can become members of GERMS by obtaining a national certification from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and obtaining reciprocity.