The standards of the Scout Oath and Law will serve as a guide for all staff conduct. The use of alcohol or illegal drugs will not be tolerated during the period of service on staff. The use of tobacco (by adult staff members) including the use of electronic cigarettes, personal vaporizers, or electronic nicotine delivery systems that simulate tobacco smoking is restricted to areas where employees are not in contact with Scouts or their leaders. The staff will set an example of excellence in Scouting which includes the proper wearing of the full uniform and the proper use of equipment while in camp.
All summer program staff, paid or volunteer, are required to provide the camp, upon their arrival, with a current health history and the results of an up-to-date physical examination per current BSA policy. The Federal Immigration and Control Act (enacted on November 6, 1986) requires all employers to verify that each applicant is legally authorized to work in the United States. You will be required to provide documents to verify your eligibility as required by this law. All employees will be subject to Criminal Offender Registry Inquiry (CORI) and Sexual Offender Registry Inquiry (SORI) background checks. Any offer of employment will be conditional upon applicant’s CORI and SORI checks.
Applicants must be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America or agree to become a member before employment may be offered. The camp staff must set an example of excellence in Scouting which includes owning and wearing the proper BSA uniform at all times.