No participant of the Leadership Project is permitted to drink alcohol during the duration of the Leadership Project, regardless of whether they are of age or not. There is no alcohol allowed on the LP grounds nor is there any consumption of alcohol allowed by participants off grounds. There is no purchasing of alcohol by any LP participant for themselves or someone else.
No participant of the Leadership Project is permitted to use any form of illicit drug during the duration of the Leadership Project.
No participant of the Leadership Project is permitted to engage in any sexual behavior during the duration of the Leadership Project. This involves sexual activity with other LP participants as well as anyone not on the project.
There is no physical violence permitted on the Leadership Project. Physical violence is any kind of physical contact that has the aim of causing harm to another person or yourself. This includes hitting, slapping or pushing another person. This also includes anything that would intimidate another person or cause them to feel unsafe around you or at the LP.
Verbal & Emotional Violence
There is no verbal or emotional violence permitted on the Leadership Project. This includes using words or the tone of your words to intimidate another person or to make them feel unsafe. Bullying, putting someone down, screaming, yelling, shouting or cursing at another person are also forms of emotional violence and are not tolerated at the Leadership Project.
No participant of the Leadership Project is permitted to engage in any behavior that could potentially cause physical harm to themselves or any other person. Some examples are riding in the tailgate of a moving truck, street racing in your car or jumping from high areas (piers, bridges, rock quarries, etc).
The preceding guidelines do not comprise an exhaustive list of behaviors or actions that are not permitted on the project; Campus Outreach leadership reserves the right to consider additional actions not listed as harmful and inappropriate for participants of the Leadership Project.