Each year all returning volunteers must verify that they agree with the Statement of Faith, watch the Protecting Today’s Child video, and fill out the Workers Compliance Agreement.
Monthly GNC Reports:
Good News Club Coordinators can complete their Monthly Good News Club Reports and Interview and ID Check forms on new volunteers below.
CPP Interview Form:
Good News Club Coordinators can complete the Interview & ID Check Form for the application process.
We are thankful that you feel led to join the mission of Child Evangelism Fellowship Coastal Chapter as we share the Gospel and God's Word with children through Good News Clubs or other ministry activities.
Before you begin the application/background screening process, here are a few things for you to prepare in 3 simple steps;
- STEP ONE: Read the Statement of Faith and Worker's Compliance Agreement (click here) - God's Word tells us in Amos, "Can two walk together, except they be agreed?" We want you to know what our core beliefs are and how we all agree to work in unity. You are welcome to download and/or print these documents but it is not required. You will NOT need to sign or submit. As you complete the online application/background screening process you will be asked if you read and agree with the documents.
- STEP TWO: Read (click here) and Review the Child Protection Policy by watching the video below. Please be sure your volume is turned up. If for some reason the video does not play properly you may listen to the presentation by calling 1-866-878-4182. You will be asked in the online application/background screening process if you have reviewed and agree to abide by the Policy.
- STEP THREE: Gather some information for the online application - You will need your Driver's License and Social Security numbers.
REMINDER: Please note that you will be asked in the online application if you have read/reviewed these items and are in agreement with them. As you read/review, should a question arise, please contact your local CEF office BEFORE proceeding.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Working with children, you should be aware of child protection laws within South Carolina. For details on South Carolina Children's Code click here. For additional information on recognizing and reporting suspected child abuse or neglect, click here.