Standards of Conduct & Code of Ethics
The Club expects all volunteers to conduct themselves in the best interests of the organization. A violation of any of these policies and procedures is considered misconduct and appropriate disciplinary procedures will result. Disciplinary action may include but is not limited to, the following: oral warnings, written warnings, suspension or termination. Management will determine the appropriate disciplinary action. There is no guarantee that one form of disciplinary action will necessarily precede another. The following is a partial list of examples of misconduct that may be cause for disciplinary action, up to and including termination of volunteer service: Violation of the Club's equal opportunity or harassment policy; Disclosure of confidential Club, Club members or employee/volunteer information to unauthorized parties; Behavior resulting in Club member, vendor or employee complaints; Supplying false or misleading information or falsifying any Club record; Possession of weapons and/or illegal substances on or off-premises while performing Club duties; Immoral or indecent conduct; soliciting persons for immoral purposes; Insubordination, including but not limited to, refusing to obey an order or directive of a supervisor or Clubofficial; Disruptive conduct including: gambling; fighting; horseplay; coercion; intimidation or threats against Clubemployees and members; vulgarity; abusive treatment to the public, employees, or fellow volunteers; Theft or unauthorized possession or removal of property or money belonging to the Club, employees, or athird party; Making or publishing false, vicious or malicious statements concerning an employee, volunteer, supervisor,or other Club official, or its services; Destruction or misuse of property; or, Any other conduct, which violates any Club policy or which, is not in the best interests of the organization.
The reputation of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River has been built on excellent youth development service, quality work, and a dedication to high standard of conduct. To maintain this reputation requires the vigilance and active participation of every volunteer. At all times, each Club volunteer must be sensitive to the importance of providing fair and courteous treatment in all working relationships, projecting a professional image, and maintaining the standards of conduct expected of all Club employees.
I, Full Name*, authorize the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River Inc. and/or Veriscreen to have access to and inspect my full consumer credit report, at any time hereafter as it will be used in connection with this legitimate volunteer transaction, initiated by me. I also authorize the above named entities to have access to and inspect any other record, including Department of Motor Vehicles Reports, Criminal History Reports and Civil Case information, for the same reasons. I further certify that my answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that false or misleading information in my application may result in my release. I agree to abide by the policies and procedures established by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River.