Camp Staff Application and Training – Non-UGA Staff – Football

In order to work a camp at the University of Georgia, all camp employees must submit this application, submit a background check request form and complete the camp training below.


TRAINING

As of the Summer of 2017, the University of Georgia has enacted a Minors on Campus Policy pursuant to guidelines released by the University System of Georgia. This policy requires all camp staff members to be provided training in the following areas:

  1. Mandatory Reporting Information
  2. UGA’s Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
  3. Camp Staff Code of Conduct.

 

MANDATORY REPORTING INFORMATION

Mandatory Reporting information can be found at the link below (please review and complete the information below as confirmation you have had the opportunity to read it and ask questions):

Minors on Campus Camp Training

 

UGA NON-DISCRIMINATION AND ANTI-HARASSMENT POLICY:

The UGA Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy can be found at this link (please read and complete the information below as confirmation you have had the opportunity to read it and ask questions):

UGA Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy

 

CAMP STAFF CODE OF CONDUCT:

The Camp Staff Code of Conduct can be found a this link (please read and complete the information below as confirmation you have had the opportunity to read it and answer questions):

Camp Code of Conduct

 


 

BACKGROUND CHECK CONSENT FORM

All sport camps require that every staff member have a background check completed.  Please complete the Background Check Consent Form on the link below:

Background Check Consent Form

 


 

INDIVIDUAL ASSOCIATED WITH CURRENT AND RECRUITING PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES:

In accordance with NCAA Division I rules, NCAA Bylaw 13.12.2.2.5, in football, an institution or staff member shall not employ (either on a volunteer or paid basis) an individual associated with a current or recruited prospective student-athlete (“IAWPR”) at the institution’s camp or clinic. The prohibition on camp employment applies:

  1. To any individual who has an association with a current student-athlete who has been enrolled at the University of Georgia less than 24 months, or
  2. To any individual who has an association with a prospect (e.g. high school, two-year college or prep student) who is being recruited by the University of Georgia.

Trigger for “Recruited” status includes:

13.12.1.1.2 Definition of Recruited Prospective Student-Athlete — Football. In football, for purposes of applying Bylaw 13.12, a recruited prospective student-athlete is a prospective student-athlete who has been recruited pursuant to the definition of recruiting in Bylaw 13.02.14 or the definition of a recruited prospective student-athlete pursuant to Bylaw 13.02.14.1. In addition, a football prospective student-athlete is considered a recruited prospective student-athlete if any of the following conditions have occurred:

(a) The prospective student-athlete’s attendance at any institutional camp or clinic has been solicited by the institution (or a representative of the institution’s athletics interests);

(b) The institution has provided any recruiting materials to the prospective student-athlete;

(c) An institutional coaching staff member has had any recruiting contact [including in-person or electronic contact (e.g., telephone calls, video conference, electronic correspondence)] with the prospective student-athlete (including contact initiated by the prospective student-athlete);

(d) The prospective student-athlete has received an oral offer of athletically related financial aid from the institution; or

(e) The prospective student-athlete has orally committed to attend the institution.

Contact Us:

1 Selig Circle
Athens, Georgia 30602
(706) 542-9103