Penn State addressed this issue in AD39 - Minors involved in 
University-Sponsored Program or Program held at the University and/or Housed in 
University Facilities<>.  As detailed 
within the policy, "Overall guidance for background checks is provided in HR99 
- Background Check Process<>.


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[] On Behalf Of Meyer, Brenda
Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2017 11:04 AM
Subject: [acupa-l] Youth Protection Policy

Good Morning,

We have just concluded our Summer Camp Programs for middle and high school 
students, and we are realizing the need to revise our Minors on Campus Policy 
(which really says don't bring your kids to work) to a Youth Protection Policy. 
Can anyone share their best practices, policies and procedures. Also how do you 
background check and train employees who work with minors?

Brenda Meyer, MBA
Director of Policy and Staff Enhancement
NorthWest Arkansas Community College
Center for Health Professions 3040
NWACC Policy<>


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