ATC Campfire Speaker Registration T-Camp 2019 Howdy Ags, Thank you for taking time out of your day to complete T-Camp 2019's Camp Fire Speaker Registration. This will provide Aggie Transition Camps with information that will make camp preparations and communication, with Trinity Pines, much more efficient. You need the following to complete the registration: Automobile Insurance Info Drivers License Vehicle Info Once again, we thank you for both your time and commitment to the Mission & Values of ATC. If you are unable to answer certain questions in this form, please type "N/A" in the field. As always, we are here to assist you with questions or concerns you may have - contact our Director of Administration & Risk Management, Ross O'Hanlon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks & Gig 'Em, Director Staff Step 1 of 6 - General Information 16% Name * Required First Last Personal InformationAre you over the age of 18? * RequiredYesNoHometown? * RequiredClassification: * RequiredFreshman (U1)Sophomore (U2)Junior (U3)Senior (U4+)Graduate StudentFormer StudentCollege of Major * RequiredAgriculture and Life SciencesArchitectureBush School of Govt. and Pub. Serv.Dwight Look College off EngineeringEducation and Human DevelopmentGeosciencesLiberal ArtsMays Business SchoolScienceGeneral Academic Programs/ OtherPublic HealthVet Medicine & Biomedical ScienceesMajor? * RequiredCamp InformationCamp * RequiredEdneyJollyWanglerRocha-RojasWyattShelferClemmonsAuto InformationIf you do not have any of the information below, please enter N/ADriver's License Number: * RequiredAuto Insurance Provider: * RequiredAuto Insurance Policy Provider: * RequiredVehicle Make: * RequiredVehicle Model: * RequiredVehicle Year: * RequiredVehicle Color: * RequiredLicense Plate Number: * Required Talent Release Agreement1. The Participant consents to the use by ___Texas A&M University___ (“System Member”) and assigns and grants to System Member the irrevocable and unconditional power, right, privilege and permission to make, record, produce, edit, modify, reproduce, exhibit, distribute, publish, publicly or privately display, publicly or privately perform, create derivative works, and transmit by the means of still photography, live or recorded broadcast, cablecast, webcast, or Internet streaming, broadband, wireless, mobile, film, videotape, or any other similar mechanical or electronic method (whether now known or invented later) the Participant’s performance, contribution, appearance, name, voice, picture, likeness, poses, actions and any combination of any of these (the “Appearance”) in connection with the ______Aggie Transition Camps________ production conducted by System Member (the “Project”) which is generally for the purposes of education, instruction, research, publicity, advertising, and promotion in connection with the Project. Participant also waives any moral or similar rights Participant may have in the Project relating to the Appearance. 2. Participant understands that System Member shall have the absolute power and right to copyright the recorded production (and System Member shall be the owner of such copyright), in whole or in part, of the Project involving Participant and the Appearance and that such recorded production may be subsequently used, in whole or in part (including but not limited to any still recordings, images, or screen shots) for any purpose, including but not limited to the purposes described above at any time and from time to time hereafter throughout the world. 3. Participant also understands that there is no compensation or other consideration for appearance or participation in the Project, or for the grant of rights described in this document and that the opportunity to potentially appear in the recorded production related to the Project is sufficient consideration received for this Appearance Release. 4. Participant releases and discharges System Member, The Texas A&M University System and/or any affiliated organization, and their respective, regents, officers, employees, agents, and representatives from any and all claims, demands, causes of action, or liabilities arising out of or in connection with the Appearance or the making, producing, reproducing, processing, exhibiting, distributing, publishing, transmitting by any means described above or otherwise using the recorded production relating to the Project or the Appearance (e.g., violation of privacy rights; rights of publicity; false light; libel, slander, or disparagement; or copyright or trademark infringement). 5. Participant represents and warrants that Participant has not granted any similar rights to any third party that would conflict with the rights granted to System Member in this Appearance Release. Participant certifies and warrants that Participant is of legal age, has full power, right and authority to enter into this consent and release, has read same in its entirety, understands all of its terms and provisions, and voluntarily and knowingly executes this Appearance Release.Agreement Decision:AgreeI do not wish to have my photos/videos released to the publicIf you do not agree please feel free to contact us at any time, should you feel this agreement is not being upheld. We will do our best to ensure that no pictures/videos are released without your consent. ATC Medical Release FormAggie Transition Camps 2018-2019 Release of Liability/Medical Treatment Authorization Form I understand that ATC, of which I plan to be a participant, involves certain risks and that regardless of the precautions taken by ATC, some bodily injuries may occur. Specific risks/hazards involved in ATC include but are not limited to the following: (1) auto accidents while traveling to and from camp activities or traveling on the camp premises; (2) dehydration; (3) physical injury sustained while participating in camp activities; and (4) medical problems such as illness, allergies, etc. 1. In consideration for receiving permission to participate in ATC, which is sponsored by Texas A&M University, a component member of The Texas A&M University System, I hereby release, waive, discharge, and covenant not to sue, and agree to hold harmless for any and all purposes, ATC, Texas A&M University, The Texas A&M University System and its Board of Regents, and their officers, servants, agents, volunteers, or employees (herein referred to as RELEASEES) from ANY AND ALL LIABILITIES, CLAIMS, DEMANDS, OR INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, that may be sustained by me while participating in such activity, or while on the premises that is owned, leased, or controlled by RELEASEES, including travel to and from ATC activities, including injuries sustained as a result of the negligence of RELEASEES. I understand this release does not apply to injuries caused by intentional or grossly negligent conduct on the part of the Releases. I understand ATC and Texas A&M University are separate legal entities. 2. I am fully aware that there are inherent risks involved with ATC and I choose to voluntarily participate in said activity with full knowledge that said activity may be hazardous to me and my property. I acknowledge there may be physically strenuous activities. I know of no medical reason why I should not participate. I voluntarily assume full responsibility for any risks of loss, property damage, or personal injury, including death, which may be sustained by me as a result of participating in said activity including injuries sustained as a result of the negligence of RELEASEES. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless the RELEASEES for any loss, liability, damage or costs, including court costs and attorney’s fees, that may occur as a result of my participation in said activity including injuries sustained as a result of the negligence of RELEASEES. I understand this agreement to indemnify and hold harmless does not apply to injuries caused by intentional or grossly negligent conduct. 3. I understand that RELEASEES may not maintain any insurance policy covering any circumstance arising from my participation in this activity or any event related to that participation. As such, I am aware that I should review my personal insurance coverage. 4. It is my express intent that this Release shall bind the members of my family and spouse if I am alive, and my heirs, assigns, and personal representatives if I am deceased, and shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas. 5. I understand RELEASEES cannot be expected to control all of the risks articulated in this form but RELEASEES may need to respond to accidents and potential emergency situations. Therefore, I hereby give my consent for any medical treatment that may be required during my participation with the understanding that the cost of any such treatment will be my responsibility. I agree to indemnify and hold harmless RELEASEES for any costs incurred to treat me, even if a RELEASEE has signed hospital documentation promising to pay for the treatment due to my inability to sign the documentation. I further agree to release, waive, discharge, covenant not to sue and agree to hold harmless for any and all purposes, RELEASEES from any and all liabilities, claims, demands, injuries (including death), or damages, including court costs and attorney’s fees and expenses that may be sustained by me while receiving medical care or in deciding to seek medical care, including while traveling to and from a medical care facility, including injuries sustained as a result of the sole, joint, or concurrent negligence, negligence per se, statutory fault, or strict liability of RELEASEES. I understand this waiver does not apply to injuries caused by intentional or grossly negligent conduct. 6. In signing this Release, I acknowledge and represent that I have read it, understand it, and sign it voluntarily as my own free act and deed; no oral representations, statements, or inducements, apart from the foregoing agreement that has been reduced to writing have been made. I execute this document for full, adequate, and complete consideration fully intending to be bound by the same, now and in the future. I represent that I am eighteen (18) years of age or older and am otherwise competent to execute this agreement. If the participant is younger than 18 then his/her parent or legal guardian must sign where indicated on page 2 below. I consent to the information on this form being shared with the ATC Advisors, Director Staff, and the Camp Chairs.Required By selecting this box I agree to the following conditions and acknowledge that I have given correct information on the member registration page that indicates whom to contact in the case of an emergency.Electronic Signature: Parent or Guardian Authorization RequirementYou have indicated that you are under the age of 18. As such you must have a parent or gaurdian sign the following forms and return them to the ATC Director of Administration & Risk Management as soon as possible. Please print these forms, complete them and have them signed by a parent or gaurdian. The forms can be found at the following locations: Talent Release Form for Minors Medical Release Form for Minors Possible ways of submission: Scan and e-mail to email@example.com Hand deliver to Ross O'Hanlon (Director of Admin & Risk Management) during All Camp Meeting You, or one of your Co-Chairs deliver it to ATC Office in Koldus Building, Room 134.Required By selecting this box, I understand that I will not be able to participate with ATC until my parent or guardian signs the forms described above. ATC Behavior AgreementBehavior Expectation Agreement The mission of Aggie Transition Camps (ATC) is to orient new transfer students to Texas A&M University, teach them Aggie traditions, help them to connect with fellow students and develop a network of friends at A&M, and fully support their successful transition to Texas A&M University. It is in this spirit that we make this behavior agreement for ATC 2018-2019. While University employees and trained student staff may be accompanying you to camp, it is unlikely that those persons will be able to provide constant supervision. It is expected, however, that students will abide by university policies and regulations, the Student Rules (found at http://student-rules.tamu.edu/) and all instructions presented by University staff members and Director Staff members, whether written or verbal. In exchange for being granted the opportunity to participate in and attend ATC 2018-2019, I understand that I am expected to participate, to the best of my ability, in all programs and activities as required by my position. I will also abide by the all ATC policies and Texas A&M University Student Rules (as listed at http://ATC.tamu.edu and http://student-rules.tamu.edu/). I will do my best to contribute to the quality of ATC and the well-being of the group. ATC is an alcohol free and substance free program. As an ATC member, I agree to abide by the substance free policy, and understand that if I violate this policy (or any others as stated above), I may be removed immediately from ATC campgrounds. In-Camp & Skit Expectations/Rules Skit Expectations Every skit must have a defined purpose and related outcome. Skits should be purposeful and used to inform incoming students about Texas A&M University Skits must follow the skit templates provided by each camp The wanted outcome of each skit must be clearly evident; if not, a counselor should begin or conclude the skit by portraying what campers should have gotten out of the skit Skits must be well prepared and rehearsed Skit Rules Skits must be appropriate. No offensive or inappropriate physical contact involved. No dancing close to or on campers or audience members. No “Yes Dance” or “Call on Me” Dance. Clothing should be appropriate. ATC is no place for nudity. No speedos, diapers, or bikinis on guys or girls. Swimsuits: Boys: trunks | Girls: one-piece & shorts, no bikinis No unnecessary revealing of skin – upper man-thigh, excessive cleavage, etc. No stuffing or bulging of body parts. No stripping or taking off clothes in skits. No reference to stripping. Do not play-up or reinforce stereotypes. No inappropriate or over-the-top bashing of other schools during skits. Skits that require food/drink are allowed but have expectations: Use and type of food must be disclosed in skit templates for approval. Food/drink cannot be the main concept of or purpose behind the skit. Massive consumption of food/drink is not allowed. In-Camp Rules No fake proposal No fake camper No games involving unnecessary physical contact (orange/tennis ball pass, lifesaver & toothpick pass, etc.) No lost nametag games No rumor fairy No Rolling NOTE: Any of these expectations not being met would result in at-camp disciplinary procedure being followed. It is your responsibility as a member of camp to know and understand all expectations placed on you. Therefore, claiming to not know or not understand these expectations does not exempt a member from being held accountable for their behavior.Required I agree to follow and uphold all the rules listed above. Required By accepting, I understand that should I fail to uphold the ATC expectations, policies, and procedures, and Texas A&M Student Rules as outlined above; disciplinary procedures of the organization will be followed and potential University rule violations will be referred to in the appropriate manner. Travel Accountability AgreementTravel Accountability Agreement I hereby agree to fully uphold all policies, expectations and measures concerning travel expressed within the constitution of the organization, hereafter referred to as the constitution, and given to me during trainings. By signing, I also agree that I have been through all trainings concerning travel within the organization and that I am fully aware of the expectations and responsibilities inherent in leading these trips. By electronically agreeing to this document, I agree to be held accountable for all of the following listed expectations: I will follow road trip/day trip planners as submitted, and should changes arise I will call the Director I’ve been assigned. I will not partake in any activities that were not listed and approved on the planner. I will attend High Risk Meetings for any and all activities deemed “high risk” and understand that many activities i.e. motorized watercraft, tubing, canoeing, floating the river, etc. are not allowed. I will ensure that no alcohol or illegal substances are being bought, consumed, or distributed for the duration of the trip. I will be honest with the budget for the road trip/day trip and will follow all cash-handling procedures that I have received training on. I will follow the policies expressed within the constitution of the organization. I will follow the directions given in all of the trainings I have received. By checking the box (below), I agree that I understand that is list does not encompass all rules and regulations, and that I am accountable for any and all expressed trainings, constitutional guidelines of the organization and Texas A&M Student Rules. Required I understand the Aggie Transition Camps Travel Policy and will adhere to it throughout my duration as part of this organization; this includes all-camp and non-camp related functions. I am always a representative of this organization and will conduct myself as such.