2019 AID Summer
活動參加說明 (Admissions) >> General Regulations
  1. Applicants who have special medical conditions (including heart problems, diabetes, hypertension, epilepsy, etc.) that may affect their ability to serve are not encouraged to participate in this volunteer program. If they do, applicants will be personally responsible for taking care of their own medical conditions while participating in the volunteer program. The sponsors will not be held liable for any damages or accidents that occur as a result of applicants’ health conditions.
  2. Participants must purchase medical insurance at their respective places of residence prior to attending the volunteer program. Otherwise, their participation will be denied.
  3. Program staff/administrations are not responsible for monitoring the day-to-day health condition of volunteers. Barring emergencies where the volunteer is clearly incapacitated, it is up to the volunteers themselves to verbally request medical care. The sponsors will not be held liable, nor be willing, to pay for any medical expenses incurred by its participants. Also, any requests for financial compensation for medical costs from the participants or their parents will be denied.
  4. In participating in the volunteer program, each participant will be assigned to a specific volunteering group. This group assignment is non-negotiable and will not be subject to change for any reason.
  5. In order for us to provide an efficient airport pick-up service, participants who are not traveling with a group should notify the organizer of his/her flight number online at www.aidsummer.net as soon as possible. For participants traveling with a group, the group leader will need to notify the organizer for the arrival time of the group.
  6. The participant must take full responsibility for his/her own expenses of accommodations and ground transportation if he/she arrives earlier or leaves later.
  7. Participants must stay with the group during the program, are expected to attend every scheduled activity of the program, and comply with the regulations of the sponsors, the organizers and the assigned schools or institutions. Only sickness will be accepted to excuse the participant’s absence from classes, lectures, or any other mandatory activities. Otherwise, the participant will be denied continued participation in the rest of the program and receiving the Certificate of Volunteer Services.
  8. During the volunteer program, participants should not take part in other programs or tours.
  9. Alcoholic beverages, gambling, and illegal drugs are strictly prohibited during this program. No smoking in campus, hotel, or on bus.
  10. Participants are not allowed to go out after 11:00PM, or stay in any other participant’s room or outside of their own rooms.
  11. Participants are personally responsible for any accidents that occur as a result of not following the advice, rules, and regulations stipulated by the volunteer program, or as a result of causes which can be attributed to their own deeds. The sponsors will not be held in any way liable for any negligence on the part of the participants. If there are any disputes which may arise the laws of the Republic of China will prevail.
  12. Participants are to abide by the rules and regulations of the volunteer program outlined in the Volunteer Program Handbook. Any participant who deviates from these rules and regulations will be subject to probation and a permanent dismissal from participating in the volunteer program. The organizers of the volunteer program reserve the right to inform the parents, guardians, and/or relatives of the participant-in-question if such circumstances occur.
  13. The sponsors will provide accident and medical insurance with certain copayment and deductable amount during the program. Participants are recommended to purchase additional insurance policies.
  14. Any infractions of the laws of the Republic of China or evidence of contribution to such infractions, resulting in punitive actions by the Republic of China government and/or law enforcement officials toward volunteer program participants, will be left as participant’s own responsibility. The organizers will not be held responsible or liable for any such actions. In addition, the sponsors reserve the right to request for compensations from the participant, the participant’s family and/or relatives, for any inconveniences or damages caused by the individual.
  15. Participants are encouraged to pack lightly. Contraband articles and products made from endangered species are prohibited.
  16. Participants who are unable to attend classes or activities because of health complications or other situations should notify the organizers in advance (a written explanation from parents is needed). Permission from the sponsor (OCAC) is needed if the participant has to leave the program for the aforementioned reasons.