"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these."

Vice Chairperson Information

2015-2016: Kalyn Miller
Email: vicechair@campwildcat.org
Phone: (520) 2488925

The Vice-Chairperson shall assist and work with the Chairperson; shall attain and maintain an insurance policy which allows Camp Wildcat to fulfill its objectives; shall oversee member development/enrichment; shall coordinate all necessary training in accordance with insurance requirements; shall maintain the Camp Wildcat World Wide Web page with useful and up-to-date information for club members and the general public, and shall ensure that an Insurance Officer (IO) attends every activity.  The IO shall be trained in first aid & CPR, have extensive knowledge of insurance issues, and shall control and administer all medications during all Camp Wildcat events.

Fingerprinting

All members participating in events and activities with children must submit their fingerprints to the FBI for a state and federal background check. . The Vice Chairperson sends a fingerprint card, along with an Identity History Summary request form, to the FBI for the background check of each member.  Blank fingerprinting cards and Identity History Summary request forms can be found in the Camp Wildcat office or at the request of the Vice Chairperson. There are opportunities to get fingerprinted at Camp Wildcat meetings at the start of each semester, or through the departments listed below:

There is a $5 fee to get fingerprinted through the UAPD.

University of Arizona Police Department                                                                               
1852 East First Street
Tucson, Arizona 85721
Map: http://iiewww.ccit.arizona.edu/uamap/staticLarge/100.html
(520) 621-8273

During the hours of 8:00am- 11:00am, Tuesdays and Thursdays, UAPD provides fingerprinting services for a fee of $5.00 per card. Persons must supply their own fingerprint card.

Other local law enforcement agencies provide fingerprinting services as follows:

Tucson Police Department- 1100 S. Alvernon 8:00am- 1:00pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays- $5.00 per card. (520) 791-4444

Pima County Sheriff´s Department- 1650 S. Benson Hwy. 10:00am-1:45pm, Monday-Friday- $8.00 per card (cash only). Do not complete a fingerprint card. (520) 741-4975

Marana Police Department- 13291 W. Lon Adams 8:30am-4:00pm, Monday- Friday- $5.00 per card, call ahead for availability. (520) 616-0549

Oro Valley Police Department- 11000 N. La Canada- Tuesday 8:00am-10:00am, Thursday 2:30pm-4:30pm- $5.00 per card (520) 229-4900

First Aid and CPR Training

There must be at least one First Aide and CPR certified Camp Wildcat member at every activity. If you are interested in getting certified, there will be one opportunity per semester to get trained with the club, or you could consider the following Tucson locations.

Southern Arizona Red Cross: (520) 318-6740 or (800) 341-6943 

Save a Life: (520) 623-8484 

Food Sanitation & Certification Classes

There must be at least one person on person at a Camp Wildcat camp who is Food Certified in Pima County.

The Pima County Health Department class schedule and registration forms for Food Sanitation can be found on their web page:

Pima County Health Department- Consumer Health and Food Safety

High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Certification

Our organization periodically makes use of the 15 passenger vans available from the U of A Motorpool.  Each van must have 2 HOV trained drivers.  The HOV training is free and available to anyone with a driver´s license.  The certification requires a 2.5 hour class as well as a behind the wheel exam.  To find out class times and more general information please visit the training homepage.

Please contact Sarah Fischer with any questions or concerns:

vicechair@campwildcat.org

 

Updated by Kalyn Miller 7 months ago.
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