UMA Volunteer Orientation Assessment
Volunteer orientation assessment
UMA Volunteer Orientation Assesment
Please complete this assessment at your earliest convenience. The assessment is open note (see UMA Volunteer Orientation Handout) and should take under 5 minutes of your time. A 100% correct score on this assessment is required to serve as a UMA volunteer. We are committed to keeping our kids, their families, and volunteers unified and healthy and this is one important aspect of that effort. Thank you!
Times where it is appropriate for me to be alone with a UMA child(ren)
When the child asks to speak to you in private so you walk out of sight of other leaders
When I stop by a child's house and am invited inside knowing there are no other adults in eyesight of us
When I drive by and a UMA child is walking and asks for a ride
There is never a time when it is appropriate for me to be alone with a UMA child(ren)
UMA has a two leader policy because...
Because they want to restrict leaders ability to be with the kids
Because they don't care about the kids
Because God told Noah to take animals by twos, so pairs are best
For the protection of UMA youth and leaders. Insurance also requires this policy to be strictly enforced
A volunteer can be alone with a child during special circumstances:
High fives, fist bumps, and short hugs are great ways to show affection for a child in UMA.
Please select all the permissible reasons to cancel a UMA commitment last minute:
I am sick and am worried I may be contagious
I forgot I have a paper due at midnight that I haven't started
I stayed up late last night and I am tired
My friends decided last minute to go out of town and I want to go
I had a family emergancy
My cat is super cute and I wanted to stay home and take cat videos
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