YOUR NEXT STEPS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE TIMELY COMPENSATION:
- Print and complete this W-9 form. Then upload a copy of your document To This Form.
- Complete the following Child Clearance Online Form. If you have a clearance from last year, or one from refereeing/coaching, you can use that one. If you are registering for a new clearance, please allow 60 days for processing.
- 1st Step: You must create an individual account and a username. You will then get a confirmation email from PA.
- 2nd Step: Using your individual account, submit a childhood clearance application.
- 3rd Step: After your childhood clearance application is approved by the state of PA (up to 60 days of processing), upload a copy of the official clearance document received from Pennsylvania to this form for Future 500.
- Note: There is a small fee for the PA Child Clearance. Since you are considered an Independent Contractor, you are expected to pick up that fee.
COUNSELOR NOTICE BOARD:
- Camp Counselors are expected to be on campus one day before each camp for setup purposes and remain on campus after campers depart for cleanup purposes. Arrival dates and times will be emailed to accepted Camp Counselors closer to camp season
- Counselors will need to provide their own housing between each camp (June 28, July 3,4) and the day before the first camp (June 23)
2018 FUTURE 500 ID CAMP DETAILS:
Boys Week 1: June 24 – June 27, 2018. Grades 9-12.
Girls Week: June 29 – July 2, 2018. Grades 8-12.
Boys Week 2: July 5 – July 8, 2018. Grades 9-12.
Expectations For Counselors:
- Counselors should expect to be responsible for 2 teams of campers while at camp. Although you will not be coaching these teams (that is the responsibility of the college coach), you will be expected to make sure they attend all games and events on time while also refereeing their games.
- Counselors should expect to spend most of their day outside on a soccer field.
- Counselors should expect to meet and work with other counselors who are current soccer players from programs all over the country. They should also expect to meet and work with college coaches from top programs such as Duke, Lousiville and Florida.
- Counselors should expect to directly work with 40+ campers each week of camp. These campers will look up to you, and will love to hear your opinions and insight into college soccer. Campers will make the entire experience enjoyable.
- Counselors will be working in an intensive but fun environment. Although camp can be a lot of work at times, it is a great way to meet and work with other college players, and a very fun and soccer-centered environment to be in.
1300 Eagle Road
Wayne, PA 19087
Future 500 ID Camp
202 Park Avenue
Newtown Square, PA 19073