Chaperones provide additional adult supervision and ensure a safe and well-supervised learning experience for students.
Preparation/Clearances - Chaperones must submit Child Abuse and Criminal Record Clearances to the Volunteer Coordinator prior to the first day of camp. Clearances are free, but could take a month to receive so please complete these forms EARLY.
Criminal Record Check - Use this website:
Child Abuse Clearance - Use this website:
DRESS CODE - Chaperones must abide by the dress code of the construction industry including long pants, t-shirts, and closed-toed shoes (boots preferred). No dangling jewelry or wearing anything that can become caught in a tool or machine. We will provide each Chaperone with a camp T-shirt to wear.
CONDUCT - Disrespect towards fellow volunteers, campers, guest instructors, or instructors will not be tolerated. No profanity, headphones, or smoking is allowed. Campers are to abide by the same conduct. You have the authority to enforce the rules and appropriate behavior.
DUTIES - Chaperones must abide by the following:
We are planning virtual volunteer training sessions on 6/28 and 6/29 (time to be determined later). This training will assist our volunteers on communicating with the girls, monitoring activities, and/or responding to any event. Sarah Garner, our committee Volunteer lead, will contact you invite you to the training. Sarah can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TO SELECT YOUR DATE AND REGISTER AS A VOLUNTEER - CLICK THE HERE
We can take 5 Chaperone's per day