WEEK 2 Notes
WEEK 2 Notes RPL 118
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Paulnisha Collins on Sunday September 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RPL 118 at Central Michigan University taught by Schafer, Darcie in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Intro to Rec, Parks, & Leis Services in Recreation and Leisure Studies at Central Michigan University.
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Date Created: 09/13/15
RPL118 09092015 Community and Commercial Rec combined to create one area of study The only difference between the two are the pro tnonpro t side of things The two require the same classes There s classes for the community emphasis and there are classes for the community emphasis Community Emphasis o For people who want to be involved with the people they work with Emphasizes that recreation is fun nonpro t 0 Can provide opportunities for mental rejuvenation socialization and physical activity Cultural Arts n Example Dance class would be provided through the YMCA vs having to pay to go to dance class a Example Art Museum nonpro t n Example Event Center on Campus Although throwing a concert they aren t making the pro t The pro t goes to the performer Day Camp amp BeforeAfter School amp Preschool amp Teen Centers Parks and Recreations Skate parks water parks Athletics Open gym sport camps coaching clinics tournaments Volunteerism Very important since it s a nonpro t and there won t be very many employees Special Events Cherry festival nonpro t reworks Special TripsOutings Usually organized my senior centers or YMCAs Casino trips Recreation Centers Going to the SAC Career Opportunities 4H special event management institutional recreation agencies military wellness amp Rec Agenccies Local parks and recreation agencies youth service Agencies YMCA Boys amp Girls clubs Boy scoutsGirl scouts special Olympics university recreationstudent life senior citizen programs Aquatic centers 0 A lot of hours fun never out of season very rewarding 0 Salaries depend on many different factors Salaries start in the 305 and up
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