Be sure to bring your insurance card and a copy of your immunization record. You may email/fax these to camp as well.
Questions? Email or call Minnow or Cabbage
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - email@example.comPhone: 626.736.8294
CK MIDWEST (NEBRASKA)Sat July 27th Staff report to Camp (Time TBD)Sun July 28th: Staff Training begins at 8amCamp Kindle Midwest Mon-Sat July 29-Aug 3
-I understand that any violation of policies and procedures could result in my termination as a camp volunteer and/or legal action against me.-I understand that participation as a volunteer for Camp Kindle is voluntary.-I understand that occasionally accidents occur during camp activities and that participants may sustain serious personal injury and property damages as a consequence thereof. Knowing the risks of camp activities, nevertheless, I agree to assume those risks and by digitally signing this liability release, I intend to legally bind myself, my minor children, my heirs, executors, and administrators. I hereby release and forever discharge Camp Kindle and the location of camp, and any of their officers, directors, employees, and agents from all claims, causes of action or damages arising out of any injury, illness, or loss of any kind, known or unknown, including but not limited to injuries to property or person, to me during or related to my attendance at Camp Kindle.
All case information must be safeguarded against any possibility of disclosure to unauthorized persons, even anonymous descriptions of situation or circumstances.
1) No information regarding any case should be talked about in public, regardless of how "harmless" or generic it might be. this applies to conversations in person or by public phone, with other staff members or volunteers, or service providers.
2) Client names or other identifying materials must be discussed in private offices only. Care should be taken to avoid talking about a client's case.
3) If you encounter a client in public, exercise some discretion by "hanging back" a bit to allow the client to speak to you or choose not to. The client may find it very difficult to explain who you are to others in his or her company.
Each volunteers is hereby informed that it is illegal to manufacture, distribute, dispense, possess, or use alcohol or illegal drugs in the workplace. The possession of physician-prescribed drugs, verifiable by current prescription, is an exception to this policy. However, it is a violation of this policy to be "under the influence" of such physical-prescribed drugs. If there is reason to suspect that a staff member is under the influence of an illegal drug or alcohol, the staff member will be suspended until the results of a drug and alcohol test are made available to Camp Kindle.
A volunteer who violates this Drug-Free Workplace Policy will be subject to disciplinary action including suspension and dismissal, and may be required to satisfactorily complete an approved rehabilitation program.
I HAVE READ AN UNDERSTAND THESE RELEASES AND POLICIES AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE CAMP KINDLE POLICIES.
• Staff understand and embrace the mission of Camp Kindle and willingly and knowingly accept the concept that the focus and goals of the camp are directed to the campers
• Staff will never leave a camper unsupervised
• Staff will never be alone with a camper violating Three’s Company
• Staff will not abuse campers, including:
• Physical abuse- strike, spank, shake, slap
• Verbal abuse- humiliates, degrade and threaten
• Mental abuse- hazing, negative manipulation
• Sexual abuse- including inappropriate touching
• Staff will use positive guidance techniques including redirection, anticipation of and elimination of potential problems, positive reinforcement, support and encouragement rather than competition, comparison, criticism or humiliation discipline techniques
• Staff must treat with confidence and respect personal information they learn from campers, subject to the policies on reporting abuse and neglect
• Staff will treat campers of all ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds with respect and
• Staff will portray a positive role model for campers, including but not limited to, maintaining an attitude of respect, loyalty, patience, honesty, courtesy, tact and maturity
• Staff will not use profanity or discuss adult subject matter in the presence of campers
• Staff will adhere to the dress code for camp
• Staff will not use, possess or be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs during camp
• Staff is prohibited from having firearms or other weapons while at camp
• Staff must be free of health or psychological conditions that might affect campers’ health
• Staff will comply with the outlined activities and expectations of their defined roles at camp and all required activities prior to camp, which support their roles
• Staff are prepared and willing to assist and support campers to meet personal daily needs
• Staff will accommodate and be sensitive to the developmental differences and abilities of
• Staff who does not have a pre-existing relationship with a camper will not fraternize with campers outside of Camp Kindle supervised activities or the camp setting. Any exception to this policy requires approval from the President and/or the Camp Director
• Staff will not offer money to campers or their families
• Staff are required by Nebraska, California, and Illinois State law to report any suspected abuse or neglect of a child to the Psychosocial Team and/or the Camp Director so that it may be
• Staff will not make personal disclosures to campers with or without an attempt to influence individual beliefs, values or lifestyles
• Staff will adhere to the outlined policies, procedures and standards of Camp Kindle
• Staff must agree to provide all criminal and other background check information requested of them and must meet qualification standards established by Camp Kindle