Applicant Center


I’m a Volunteer/Applicant—What Can I Expect?

1. Complete the necessary paperwork. The camp organization will provide you with the background check release forms. The forms can be completed by physically filling them out and returning them to the church organization or the forms can be completed electronically.

2. You may receive a phone call from True Hire (our parent company), asking you to verify information that you provided in the background release, including, but not limited to the following:

a. Social security number

b. Spelling of your name

c. Date of birth

d. Driver’s license number

e. Request for additional references

3. Your background check results will be sent to the camp organization. In the event your application is disqualified due to the results of your background check, you will receive an adverse action letter in the mail. If you feel the results of the background check are inaccurate, you have the option to file a dispute. For more information on the dispute process, click here.

4. If you have any questions about the background check process or want to obtain a copy of your background check results, contact Background Checks for Camps.

Tips for a Safer Camp

Practice ongoing background screening.  No matter how good your policies and procedures are, someone can slip by. It is not enough for your camp to be vigilant with screening your staff before they come on board. A lot can change in a year; screening your staff at the beginning of each camp season will better protect your campers.

• Camp Screening Services

• County Criminal Record Search

• National Sex Offender Search

• Abuse Registry Search

• Homeland Security Check

• National Criminal Search

• Social Security Validation

• Address History Report

• Education Verification

• Employment Verification

• International Background Checks
…and many more!

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