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Education is the best prevention

Camp Administrator Workshop

A child concerned for their safety cannot flourish at camp.

Camp is meant to be a safe space for children to have fun and explore their creative genes. But with the number of adolescent offenders continuously rising, it is not always the case children will have this experience.

There are times where the perpetrator is a parent, caregiver, counselor or even a bunk-mate. Outside education and encouragement is therefore paramount in saving the child’s life. Without it, you may c’’v lose the opportunity to save them.

Under the U.S. law, a camp will be liable for not reporting disclosures if they left their camper vulnerable. Counselors can be an incredible resource for children to confide live-saving information to. Many scenarios need not be reported, but it is upon the caregiver to ensure the child is safe while in their care.

MagenU’s Camp Administrator workshop educates the camp staff about mandated reporting, how to handle disclosures and even how to safely interact with their campers, so they can feel safe and confident in their amazing work mentoring and engaging Hashem’s children while they are away from home.

By investing in our one-off training, you’re acting as role models in the virtues of kindness, responsibility and commitment and sending your campers a clear affirmation that you are there for them.

This training provides your staff the required annual NYS Mandated Reporter certification.



One-time [1-2 hr] workshop


Your school or on Zoom


Trained MagenU staff member

“Our staff, student and parent bodies walked away feeling empowered and armed with practical information. As the hanhala, we are so grateful there exists a program that teaches adults and children alike about the unfortunate reality of dangers present in our world. From the enthusiastic response, we know your presentation was well-received. Your light manner of discussing a weighty topic helped to allay the fears in our hearts and empower all to be proactive instead of fearful.”

Renelle J. Maslaton

M.S.Ed, Dean, Bet Yaakov Orot Sarah High School, Brooklyn, N.Y.

What staff will learn

Topics covered:

Why MagenU’s staff workshop works

When a school opens the conversation with the sensitive Be A Star® curriculum, it normalizes the taboo topic just enough that a child realizes the school cares about their personal safety – and they’ll be comfortable to report a concern.

Learn and let learn.

Keep your child safe.