How do I register?

From the Impact Unite web page click register and follow the instructions. When you are asked how may TL’s or Team Leader you will be bring please know that the correct response is 1 TL or TL scholarship for every 6 students or part there of you are required to provide a TL.

Can drive my students to Impact? If the adults are training on campus how will my kids get to Impact?

This is a great question and one you will need to think about. TL, and that includes youth pastors, are required to be on campus for Gold School Sunday training. Someone beside the adults who are going to be on campus is required to drop off students. Impact has been operating for over 30 years and we know this is difficult, but it can be done. Please call if you would like help with some suggestions.

What is the Youth Leader Track?

This is a brand new offering for Impact camp this year! This new addition is for youth group leaders who want to improve at being a leader, build camaraderie with peers, help make camp better, and more. You’ll be invested into while you’re here and still having all the opportunities to encourage your students and volunteers from your church.

What makes Impact unique?

Impact Camp is built upon 10-12 person family groups that meet after each school and worship session to process the teachings on a practical level. This discipleship approach allows for truly uncommon growth in only five days. Every adult who is on campus is participating in making this the best IMPACTful week of camp. Every adult is required to serve as a TL, Exec Staff, or with logistics. There is also now a Youth Leader Track. (see above)

How can I sign up as a TL?

If your home church is not attending Impact this year, you can sign up here.

What are these “schools” I keep hearing about?

Impact is comprised of six different age-specific schools that stay together throughout each day’s activities. Each school is given a color (see below) that identifies the students throughout the day.

What are the colors? What color will my student be?

Each school is given a color based on the grade that students have finished. 6th Grade is Orange, 7th Grade is Red, 8th Grade is Blue, 9th Grade is Yellow, 10th Grade is Green, and 11th Grade are Purple and graduates are in Silver. Your students will want to bring clothes of their color for rec.

Will my group get to spend time together during the week?

Yes and No. Upon arrival, your students will be divided between different age-specific schools (see above) that spend the majority of their days together. At night, however, your students will sleep in rooms with other students from your group.

Where will my group be sleeping?

Students are housed together by church in the on-campus dorms in gender-specific halls. Adult Chaperones (Team Leaders) are housed together on-campus as well, though they all room separately from students.

What are Team Leaders (TLs)?

Every church is required to bring one adult for every six students registered. These chaperones, including the group leader, will serve as Team Leaders during the week. TLs are assigned a school, paired together (typically one female and one male) and given 8-10 students from their school to form a Family Group. TLs are required to arrive one day prior to students for our TL training during Gold Weekend (see below).

What is Gold Weekend? Is it required?

Gold Weekend is our required training for Team Leaders, beginning the Sunday afternoon prior to Impact (please check your email or registration for actual times) and continuing until students arrive on Monday. It is required for all chaperones/ Team Leaders– no exceptions. This is how we maintain the high-quality environment that promotes such rich spiritual growth at Impact. If you have leaders who cannot come up early for Gold Weekend, they cannot serve as Team Leaders. If you cannot provide Team Leaders your church is asked to purchase a “TL Scholarship” which may be purchased online or by calling the Impact office.

Will there be nurses on site?

Yes, Impact hires a team of nurses to oversee medication distribution during camp. Students are required to see the nurses during check-in to release all prescription medications to their oversight. No exceptions – students will be sent home if they do not turn in their prescribed medications.

What forms will I need to complete?

Upon registration, you will receive a link with instructions and forms. Be sure to complete them by the respective deadlines to avoid the late processing fee!

What should I bring?

Please download the “What to Bring” document – Download

Are there rules at Impact?

Yes, we have several rules to ensure that Impact remains a powerful environment for spiritual growth. You will find the list of camp rules on the last page of the release forms for students and team leaders.

Can I bring my family?

Due to the nature of the camp, we do not allow non-attendees to come to camp. We know this can make it difficult, but our campus is already maxed out and the schedule is dense, leaving little free time.

What are the refund policies and drop dates?

$50 per-person deposit required to secure your space at IMPACT
After February 10, deposits are Non-Refundable. If any spots are dropped after February 10, then deposits can be transferred to your final balance until March 31, at which date they can only be used for a new student, no refunds, or transfer to balances after March 31.
You can transfer deposits to your total cost until March 31.
Deposits become non-transferable to balance after March 31.
Final balance is due May 5.

Additional Questions

If you have any other pertinent questions related to Impact, please call us at 800-746-4422 x 234.