Charles Schumer, center with sunglasses, expects bipartisan support for a bill that would allow summer camps to access an FBI database of sex offenders. Schumer, the Senate minority leader, said Wednesday there's now bipartisan support in Congress to pass a bill that would open the FBI's files for background checks on camp employees and volunteers. But the FBI says it is not authorized to provide the information.Some adults camps appeal mainly to a younger demographic, but many are multigenerational. Accommodations can be on the rustic side (yes, that means cabins, possibly even bunk beds); two of our options don’t offer on-site accommodation but have arrangements nearby. Either way, representatives from each camp confirmed to us that you won’t be the sole senior camper there. No, not that CIA — the Culinary Institute of America.The only requirements are having a passion for food and a craving to learn.
The classic camp spirit of community, play and finding joy in nature rule.
Activities are based on the Y’s character values (Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, and Inclusion) and the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets.
If you fondly remember long summer days filled with arts and crafts, team games (Color War anyone?
Under the Child Protection Improvements Act of 2017, a bill authored by Sen.
Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, a job applicant's background could be checked nationwide through the FBI database.