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Am I responsible for feeding my students on “Extended Rec Day” for “Skip-A-Meal?”

Yes. On extended rec day, the money that is saved from skipping just one meal helps fund MOVE International. It enables students from all over the world to attend MOVE events and train youth workers to amplify Christ’s call on student lives. Skip-A-Meal is at lunch on Day 4. Extended recreation is a time where you and your youth group can enjoy the city in which MOVE is located. We want to promote community on campus, along with giving your group ample freedom to enjoy the great opportunities surrounding the city. So go have some fun!

What promotional material do you provide?

CIY provides leaders with several different options for MOVE promotional material including posters, bulletin inserts, a promotional calendar and a promotional guide. Promotional Materials will be available in early 2015.

What is your required student to leader ratio?

We require one adult for every ten students as part of an agreement with each venue. We believe your group will be able to break up into small groups, facilitate the elements and connect with your students on a much deeper level with a student to leader ratio of no greater than ten to one.

Does Move have a waiting list?

Yes. Persons wishing to register for a full MOVE event should complete the online registration process and will be put on the waiting list. No payment will be collected at that time. When space becomes available groups or additions on the waiting list will be contacted and given the opportunity to submit payment.

For more information, please read the Registration Policy

When is the deadline to pay my full balance?

Full payment for all attendees registered with each group is due 14 days prior to the event they will attend.

If I pay in full, then one of my students drops out, do I get a refund?

You can get a full refund if you notify CIY of the change at least 60 days before the start of the event. If a group reduces its total registration count after the 60 day deadline but before the 14 day deadline, you will get a refund for everything except the $50 deposit. If a group reduces its total registration count after the full payment is due (the 14 day deadline), the full registration price will be retained by CIY.

Is the $50 deposit refundable if one of my students drops out?

Yes, if the MOVE team is notified of the cancelation at least 60 days before the event, you will receive full reimbursement. However, if a student drops out within 60 days of an event the deposit is non-refundable and cannot be applied to the group balance or transferred to another group.

Can I register a student one week before the event?

Yes, you can register a student the day before the event as long as there is space available. Those registered less than 14 days prior to an event must pay a late fee of $25 per person, plus the regular registration price.

How do I register?

MOVE registration is now available online. Go to the event you are interested in attending and register from that page as long as there is space available. When registering, you can either pay the deposits by using a credit card or you have the option of mailing a check. If you choose to mail a check, it must be received within 7 days of when you registered online. If there is no space available for the event you would like to attend, you will be put on the waiting list.

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What is included in the cost?

The price that you pay to CIY Move covers all meals from dinner on Day 1 through dinner Day 5 (except Skip-A-Meal), housing, as well as all of the programming provided for General Sessions. In 2015, Pricing for FL3, MD, NE and OR events includes 4 nights lodging (instead of 5) and dinner on Day 5 is not included at FL3 & MD, see event page for details. FL1 & FL2 pricing does not include housing, registrants are responsible for reserving housing on their own.

Who should attend Move?

MOVE is intended for students going into ninth grade (graduated eighth graders) through graduated seniors. Youth workers are also invited and encouraged to attend. The more the better.

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