Assistant Leader Application

June 17th-20th | Please fill-out and submit this form if you are interested in applying as a Team Leader for POWER CAMP 2019!

As a Team Leader, you will serve under the leadership of the Camp Director and will be trained and supervised by the Director and designated assistants.

Your responsibilities will include:

1. Participate in the entire pre-camp and daily training times. (Leadership Training Clinic is scheduled from June 15th through June 16th, 2019, including the overnight stay and Sunday morning church service.)
2. Be at camp each day from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 pm and again on June 14 from 5:45 p.m. until 8 p.m.
3. Be an enthusiastic example of Jesus Christ.
4. Monitor your team’s needs.
• Be responsible for team members at all times.
• Keep team on schedule.
• Maintain group and individual discipline.
• Eat meals with your team and spend all time with team
• Be available to counsel team members if necessary and refer individuals with counseling needs to the appropriate staff persons.
5. Team Meetings (Bible study sessions).
• Guide discussion involving all team members using the assigned material.
• Come prepared to Leadership Training Clinic to discuss Bible study material
• Lead prayer time.
6. Participate in Clinics/Competition.
• Serve as a coach/instructor as directed by the head clinician.
• Be a Christ-like example during competition.
7. Function within all Power Camp’s policies and staff guidelines.

Dear Team Leader Applicant,


      Thank you for your interest in serving at Power Camp! We are excited to see how this ministry grows and develops with your help.  Power Camp is a is a faith-based day camp, aimed at using sports as an instrument for sharing the Gospel with children. Our vision is to create an opportunity to connect with our community and reach children with the truth of God’s love for them.  We want to see a dedicated community of believers using their gifts and abilities to glorify God through sharing the Gospel.
     Power Camp will be held from June 17th-20th, 2019, at Tuscarora Inn and Conference Center in Mount Bethel, Pa.  The Camp is for children who have just completed 2nd grade thru 6th grade.  Each day, campers will be dropped-off at the Auditorium between 8:30-9:00am and picked-up at 3:30pm.  The day will consist of open recreation, large-group sessions and games, sports clinics, lunch, small-group time, team competitions and guest speakers.  The clinics offered will be basketball, soccer, flag football and an arts and crafts option.
     This event will be sponsored by Mount Bethel Church as a non-profit, fundraiser for the Youth Group.  As such, the role of the Assistant Team Leader is vital to the success of the camp.  As an Assistant Team Leader, you will be responsible for helping an older Team Leader with a group of 8-10 boys or girls of similar age to lead each day through the various scheduled activities.  You will not only be sharing the Gospel with them each day as you lead them in a small group, but you will be responsible for showing and sharing the love of Christ through your actions and example!  The sports clinics, competitions and speakers roles are, in some ways, secondary to the importance of our Team Leaders- YOU have the most potential for impact!
     If you are interested in taking part in this camp, please prayerfully consider your role and availability.  Your first step will be to fill-out the required application and provide two references. In addition to serving at camp from 8am-4pm, daily, we are requiring Team Leaders to participate in a mandatory training weekend immediately prior to camp.  The dates will be Saturday, June 15thto Sunday the 16th(details will be provided after acceptance.) This year’s process will be highly competitive and we are seeking leaders that are well disciplined, enthusiastic and of all ages.  The recommendation form can either be mailed with your application or mailed separately.  Both forms are available online.  The deadline for us to receive applications and recommendation forms is May, 25th 2019.  Once you are approved to serve, further information will be sent to you, including the Bible studies that you will lead.  Any person who has the desire to share Christ with children can serve as a team leader.  We are not looking for the best athletes, but the best servants!

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Availability and Role Preference

There are a number of roles within the structure of POWER CAMP.  Some of these roles will require more time and responsibility.  Your availability, level of maturity and the availability of roles within the camp may affect your placement.  Please, honestly review and complete the following questions.
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Responsibility Agreement

POWER CAMP has strict rules regarding innappropriate behavior.  The safety of our campers is of the highest priority. As a part of the leadership team, you will be responsible for acting and speaking in a manner that represents the church, the camp and, most importantly, Jesus Christ.  If any leader's conduct is inconsistent with our standards, they will be asked to step-away from their serving position at POWER CAMP.
We will not tolerate harrassment, bullying, innappropriate touching or remarks, rascism or discrimination of any kind.  POWER CAMP is to be fun, inviting and a safe environment for children to enjoy competition and learn about God.  The role of every staff person's is to facilitate such an environment.
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Applicant's Statement

I hereby authorize all employers, organizations, churches, and other entities and persons identified in this form to release any information contained in their files or records concerning me.
In consideration of the receipt and evaluation of this application by Mount Bethel Church, I hereby release Mount Bethel Church, Tuscarora and any individual, church, youth organization, charity, employer, reference, or any other person or organization, including record custodians, both collectively and individually, from any and all liability for damages of whatever kind or nature which may at any time result to me, my heirs, or family, on account of compliance or any attempts to comply, with this authorization.  I waive any right that I may have to inspect any information provided about me by any person or organization identified by me in this application.  I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THE FOREGOING RELEASE AND KNOW THE CONTENTS THEREOF, AND I SIGN THIS RELEASE AS MY OWN FREE ACT.



My responses submitted in this form are truthful and accurate.  I understand and agree that if they are not truthful or accurate, Mount Bethel Church may determine that I am no longer qualified to be associated with its programs as an employee or volunteer, in any capacity.


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If you are under 18, please provide the name and email of your parent or guardian.  A digital form will be sent to the email provided. Your application will not be accepted until your parent/guardian provides their signature.
 
 

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June 17th-20th
Please fill-out and submit this form if you are interested in applying as a Team Leader for POWER CAMP 2019!

As a Team Leader, you will serve under the leadership of the Camp Director and will be trained and supervised by the Director and designated assistants.

Your responsibilities will include:

1. Participate in the entire pre-camp and daily training times. (Leadership Training Clinic is scheduled from June 15th through June 16th, 2019, including the overnight stay and Sunday morning church service.)
2. Be at camp each day from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 pm and again on June 14 from 5:45 p.m. until 8 p.m.
3. Be an enthusiastic example of Jesus Christ.
4. Monitor your team’s needs.
• Be responsible for team members at all times.
• Keep team on schedule.
• Maintain group and individual discipline.
• Eat meals with your team and spend all time with team
• Be available to counsel team members if necessary and refer individuals with counseling needs to the appropriate staff persons.
5. Team Meetings (Bible study sessions).
• Guide discussion involving all team members using the assigned material.
• Come prepared to Leadership Training Clinic to discuss Bible study material
• Lead prayer time.
6. Participate in Clinics/Competition.
• Serve as a coach/instructor as directed by the head clinician.
• Be a Christ-like example during competition.
7. Function within all Power Camp’s policies and staff guidelines.