4-10-3 The following activities do not jeopardize amateur status:
a) Accepting a fee for instructing, supervising or officiating in an organized youth sports program or recreation, playground or camp activities;
b) Receiving school-sponsored membership or participation fees in youth serving agencies, athletic clubs, community recreation centers, instructional programs or camps, etc. provided such fees are paid directly to the agency;
c) Receiving an award, playing equipment or prize of monetary value which does not exceed the awards amount authorized by the Association;
d) Receiving all non-monetary benefits and awards provided to members of an Olympic team beyond actual and necessary expenses, including entertainment, equipment, clothing, long distance telephone service, Internet access, and any other item or service for which it can be demonstrated that the same benefit is available to all members of the nation’s Olympic team or the specific sport Olympic team in question;
e) Accepting funds that are administered by the United States Olympic Committee pursuant to its Operation Gold Program; or
f) Participating in member school, charitable or educational promotions or fund-raising activities that involve the use of athletic ability by student-athletes to obtain funds (e.g., swimathons, lift-a-thons, shoot-a-thons) from donors, provided the student-athletes receive no compensation or prizes for their participation.
g) Accepting scholarship funds that are administered by a national governing body, e.g. the United States Bowling Congress’ Scholarship Program, provided such funds are paid directly to a postsecondary institution and the funds are not available until after the student has graduated from high school.