Tuesday, April 9, 2024
2:00 – 3:30 pm ET
Policies & Best Practices To Protect Your Young Guests & Your Institution
The demand for youth engagement is back.
Kids interact with your college community in many ways. As campers, research subjects, visitors, even students. They may be on campus briefly or for an extended stay. They may be accompanied by parents or unaccompanied. Not all interactions occur on campus, as students and staff may work with minors virtually anywhere in the world.
As an educational institution, you invite minors to learn and grow in your facilities and campus environments, but what do you need to know and do to best protect them and your institution?
Join us on April 9, 2024, when our experts will guide you through critical issues related to children on campus. They will examine conditions that may lead to abuse and safety concerns, as well as ways you can respond to suspected or actual problems. You will walk away with practical advice tailored to meet institutional legal requirements, discuss tools including background checks, operating guidelines, and contract provisions to use with outside groups.
Recognize potential program pitfalls and challenges to address and mitigate your risk.
Gain crucial, actionable takeaways that will help you:
- Be aware of relevant legal principles you need to know related to working with minors on your campus.
- Improve your campus policies and procedures regarding reporting, communication and managing incidents involving minors.
- Coordinate compliance monitoring activities to improve overall prevention efforts to safeguard your institution and minors.
- Engage the appropriate stakeholders and community partners in policy and response protocols to ensure institutional-wide implementation to protect all minors that interact with multiple staff, programs, and departments across your campus.
- Assess your program’s effectiveness and levels of compliance through a comprehensive evaluation process – adjust and adapt your training and policies to create a secure environment for youth visiting campus or participating in campus sponsored programs.
Dr. Carolynn Komanski currently serves as the Director for the Office of Youth Compliance Services at the University of Florida located in Gainesville, Florida.
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Sophia Andrews currently serves as the Assistant Director for Youth Compliance and Ethics at the University of Florida located in Gainesville, Florida.
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