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A youth program is a program or activity designed for non-Georgia Tech student minors organized and run by Georgia Tech, or organized and run by third-party entities utilizing Georgia Tech facilities. Some examples of youth programs include, but are not limited to: day and overnight camps; tutoring/mentoring in local schools; Internships or shadowing experiences for a minor in labs/research facilities.
Who is the facility contact for the location of the youth program
Youth Programs are required to submit registration forms at least 30 days in advance of the program start date. If there are extenuating circumstances, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and cc’ the facility manager in the communication.
Youth Program Location (please include name of location and address)
The Georgia Tech Youth Programs Policy requires Appropriate staffing and supervision ratios by age range in accordance with American Camp Association standards. Generally, one-on-one interactions with minors are prohibited. If one‐on‐one interaction is required, it will take place in open, well illuminated spaces or rooms with windows observable by other authorized adult or program staff, unless the one‐on‐one interaction is expressly authorized by the program administrator or is being undertaken by a health care provider.
If the youth program is being organized by a third-party a representative of that entity must be listed as the primary and on-site contacts.
Youth Program Requirements Reminder
All youth programs must consider and meet the following criteria in the planning of the program:
(By checking off each box you attest to fulfilling the requirements. If you are in doubt please contact our office email@example.com for further guidance.)
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