Southeastern California Conference (SECC) has policies and procedures unique to this conference. Adventurer leaders are required to be aware of and follow these policies and procedures when organizing and leading out at the local church. SECC Adventurer leaders have two volumes of basic information for Adventurer Leadership.
NORTH AMERICAN DIVISION (NAD) ADVENTURER CLUB
DIRECTOR’S GUIDE – New
Produced by the North American Division (NAD), Adventist Youth Ministries, which covers Youth, Pathfinders, Adventurers and Camps (YPAC). The manual contains an immense wealth of information and ideas for a successful Adventurer club.
SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA CONFERENCE (SECC) ADVENTURER
Provides the Adventurer leader with events, policies and procedures unique to this conference. Since the Policy Book will need constant revision, we would appreciate your written suggestions for improvements. We hope this book will help you plan your Adventurer year in the most efficient and productive way. It is no longer mandatory for Adventurer clubs to purchase an SECC Policy Book since all of the policies are online.
Both the policy book and Adventurer Club Director’s Guide are available at the SECC Youth Ministries Department.
Below is a list of items specific to SECC. Select each one for more information. May the Lord bless you as your work with Him in this ministry.
- Adventurer Leadership Qualifications & Positions
- Adventurer Monthly Calendar
- Adventurer Outings
- Adventurer Uniform Policy
- SECC Background Screening & Awareness Training
- SECC Youth Ministries Sexual Misconduct Policy
- SECC Youth Ministries Search Policy
- SECC Adventurer Uniform Policy
The following information and forms are located in the document center for Pathfinders & Adventurers under trips & outings:
- Adventist Risk Management Claim Form
- Field Trip Planning Form
- Field Trips & Outings Info
- SECC Insurance Letter for Clubs
- SECC Participation Consent Release Form
- SECC Personal Vehicle Usage Form
- SECC Transportation Info for Volunteers
- SECC Youth Supervision Guidelines