KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Back to School Trends and Technologies -In Shares

Back to School Trends and Technologies

The beginning of the school year always brings excitement and a bit of nervousness. As you know, things change quickly. The new reality for organizations serving kids and youth is that what may have worked in the past may not work today. According to eSchool News, ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Five Tips to Manage Bi-Vocational Stress

Five Tips to Manage Bi-Vocational Stress

The term bi-vocational refers to an individual who holds down two jobs simultaneously, with both or one being a source of income. One job may be serving as a children’s ministry director or youth pastor, and the other could be working a 9-5 office job ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Five Ways to Improve the Volunteer Experience

Five Ways to Improve the Volunteer Experience

A strong volunteer base is essential to many organizations and a key to success. While the value of volunteers is widely known and accepted, creating a positive and fulfilling experience for volunteers can be challenging. People look for flexible opportunities in a supportive environment that offer ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Volunteer Scheduling – New from KidCheck

Volunteer Scheduling – New from KidCheck

KidCheck now offers volunteer scheduling—a powerful addition to your volunteer strategy. Volunteer scheduling saves valuable time, eliminates manual processes, and helps simplify the daily administrative tasks of overseeing volunteers. KidCheck’s volunteer scheduling is perfect for any event across your organization requiring support, such as Sunday service, ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Eight VBS Follow Up Tips

Eight VBS Follow Up Tips

When VBS is done, what then? When you have completed one of the largest outreach events of the year, you’re exhilarated, exhausted, and contemplating the transition to the next big thing. Remember, the follow-up is as necessary as all the work you’ve already done. By following ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Is Sharing Tips to Prepare for Facility Emergencies

Tips to Prepare for Facility Emergencies

Recently we shared several Tips to Prepare for Natural Disasters and highlighted that an Emergency Action Plan (EAP), a series of written guidelines outlining how your organization intends to respond to various emergencies, is an essential part of the overall safety plan for the children’s ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tips to Prepare for An External Emergency

Tips to Prepare for Natural Disasters

During an emergency is the worst time to prepare for one. That’s why an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is essential to the overall safety of the children’s area. An EAP is a written guideline or procedure detailing how your organization intends to respond to different ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Summer Camp Safety Guidelines

Summer Camp Safety Guidelines

It’s the camp season, and the American Camp Association (ACA) estimates that a record 11.5 million children, youth, and adults will attend this year. As always, safety is a top priority. Unsafe situations can occur because the environment naturally compromises safety. After all, structural, facility, and ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Volunteer or Staff Application

Volunteer or Staff Application

Foundational to an organization’s success is placing applicants with strong character, a commitment to safety, and a solid history of working with kids and youth. Long past are the days of only running a background check to determine whether a candidate should receive direct access ...
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Emergency Action Plans Part 2 with Dr. Val & Dr. Virginia

Recently we sat down with the Kidmin Doctors, Dr. Val and Dr. Virginia, to discuss emergency response for children’s ministry organizations. Last week we shared Part 1, which called out the benefits of having an Emergency Action Plan for your children’s area and offered some general ...
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