For returning staff, counselors, CITs, or Interns
According to our mission statement, what kind of environment are we trying to create at Victory Camp?
Why do you feel that being a part of the ministry at Victory Camp is a privilege?
Why do you think the BIG 12 rule #5 "No pranking" is an important policy for Victory Camp?
List 5 items that should not be brought on campus.
Explain the importance of modeling correct behavior to our campers by following the BIG 12
If you are under 18, what is the procedure to leave campus?
Who is responsible to maintain the cleanliness of the staff dorm?
You are staying in a dorm with campers. Your job finished up late and you are just getting back to the dorm when it is time for LIGHTS OUT. You are getting your shower gear out of your bag when the counselors turn off the light. What do you do?
Another staff member has been sneaking in to the bathroom after lights out to talk on his phone. What do you do?
An adult leader from another church is not following the safety rules at your activity. You have asked them politely to follow the rules, but still they refuse and you are getting a little "hot under the collar." What do you do?
You are in the cafeteria and you see a child trip and drop his entire tray. How should you respond?
A camper has told you that they "like" one one of the other staff members. They beg you to give them the staffers number. How do you handle this type of situation?
Explain the staff/ intern cell phone policy and then explain why you feel it is important.
Explain the concept "born to lead, called to serve."
Should campers ever be left in the dorm unattended?
Use two words to describe what you feel are the most important assets you bring to our staff/intern team.
Check the scenarios that you believe the camp directors and full time staff would do.
Having lunch with a camper who is sitting alone in the cafeteria.
Leaving the dorm after curfew to visit with other staffers on the porch
Being on time to your activity/job.
Pretending to be robbers invading the camper dorm.
Assisting a parent who is looking for the office.
Allowing a camper or guest to go ahead of you in the dinner line.
Praying for a camper who seems to be having a rough day.
Meeting a camper out by the lake for a moonlight boat ride.
Taking items from the concessions stand without paying for them.
Playing games or posting to Facebook from your phone in the cafeteria.
Pulling down a campers/staffers shorts while playing basketball.
Keeping a lookout for your friend while he and his girlfriend sneak into the laundry room to "be alone."
Staying to help the cafeteria team with lunch clean-up because you don't have activities until 4:00p.m.
Being 5 minutes early in opening your activity.
Greeting campers you pass on the sidewalk.
Picking up trash in the activity area before leaving.
Noticing that the zipline harnessers are really backed up and seeing if you can lend a hand.
Telling the rowdy campers next door to "Shut Up or Else."
Buying cigarettes for an intern or CIT.
Starting a food fight in the pizza building.
Send an encouraging note to another staff member.
Pretend you called your mom so you can have permission to leave campus.
Being too cool to participate in day camp songs and games.
Helping the gym rec leader with the games instead of sitting on the sidelines with the other counselors.
Passing along private camper information over the radios.
Congregating in the back of the sevice and chatting with other staffer during praise and worship.
It is looking stormy outside. The appropriate time to close your activity is:
Not at all
When Rod or Taylor tells you to.
Whenever you wantThird Choice
When it starts raining
What type of shoes are required for challenge course activities?
Closed Toe (like Tennis Shoes)
People who do not have a wristband are allowed to do what activities?
At boating activities:
Lifejackets are optional
Lifejackets are mandatory
Adults do not have to wear lifejackets
Persons on campus should have what form of identification?
A visitor's pass
A victory camp staff/intern badge
One of the above
If a camper is unaccounted for, who should contact the parents and authorities?
The Camp Director
If there is a medical emergency in your area, you should:
Call the nurse over the radio
Devotions should be done:
Once a week
Only the supervisor has to do devotions
If a camper wets the bed, you should:
Tell them to go back to bed
Tell them to get in another bed
Clean them up, get fresh clothes and linens, bag up the wet linens to be washed
It's a camp clean up day, you think:
I hate this, I'm not doing it
If we all do our part as a team, it will be quick and easy
If I sit around and wait someone else will finish my job
What is the height requirement for bumper boats?
How old do you have to be to ride go-karts?
How many people are allowed on the golf cart?
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