In order to work a camp at the University of Georgia all UGA employees who work camp must submit this application, consent to a background check and complete the camp training below.
BACKGROUND CHECK CONSENT FORM
All camp staff are required to have a background check in order to work a sports camp. You can find the consent form at the link below. The first page will ask you which sports camp. After that, please complete the background check consent form.
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:
- State of Georgia Mandatory Reporting Guidelines, including child abuse awareness and prevention; and
- UGA’s Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
- Camp Staff Code of Conduct.
MANDATORY REPORTING GUIDELINES (if you can, it would probably be helpful to open each in a new window so you can compare, if you need help, please contact Steve):
Step 1 – Open the training website at this link: Training Website
Step 2 – Follow the instructions for Mandatory Reporter Training.
Step 4 – Take the course: “Mandated Reporters: Critical Links in Protecting Children in Georgia.”
Step 5 – You will receive a certificate upon completion. Please attach the certificate to this form below.
**IF YOU COMPLETED THE MANDATORY REPORTER TRAINING LAST YEAR, please review the presentation below and sign to confirm you reviewed the presentation.
Mandatory Reporter Presentation
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):