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Service-Learning Experiences

 

                            Service-Learning Experiences

The Department of Recreation and Park Administration holds as a value the provision of service-learning experiences for students as an imperative aspect of their professional preparation. Not only do these experiences aid the student, but they also impact patrons, agencies and communities. We believe that recreation services have the potential to enhance the lives of those we involve in our programs! Take a look at some of these service-learning experiences that have involved our students and consider how much of an impact you would see on the resume of our students:

 

Truancy Prevention and Diversion Mentoring Program @ Bellevue Learning Center (REC 311)

Truancy Prevention and Diversion Social Skills Program @ Bellevue Learning Center (REC 511/711)

Camp U-ROC (Using Recreation to Overcome Challenges) –Children w/ Cancer in conjunction with the Madison County Breast Cancer Support Group and the Kentucky Cancer Program (REC 311)

Easter Eggstravaganza in conjunction with Richmond, KY Parks & Rec (REC 102)

Development & Maintenance of a Kentucky Outdoor Recreation Web Site www.kyoutdoorrecreation.com (REC 830)

Bellevue Alternative School Awards Day (REC 311)

National Public Lands Day Events (REC 516/716)

Earth Day Events @ EKU (REC 530/730)

Special Olympics Young Athletes Program in conjunction with Richmond Parks & Rec (REC 512S/712S)

Halloween HoopFest in conjunction with EKU Athletics (REC 102)

Annual James McChesney Memorial Golf Classic Scholarship Fundraiser (REC 280)

Richmond Area Arts Council Arts Gala (REC 200)

Head Start Program Home Visit Collaboration Project (REC 512S/712S)

Summer Camp Job Fair (REC 450)

Breakfast at Santa’s Workshop fundraiser to build a handicap accessible playground at Lake Reba Park in conjunction with the Richmond Parks & Recreation  (REC 460)

Grants for the Lake Reba Handicap Playground (REC 809)

Therapeutic Recreation in Schools Social Skills Program, Richmond Board of Education (REC 511/711)

Recreation Program Development, Wolfe County (REC 809)

I’m Thankful Walk for Fun (REC 460)

Division of Recreation and Interpretation Operations Manual revisions, Kentucky Department of Parks (REC 809)

Volunteer Manual created, Kentucky Department of Parks (REC 840)

Kirksville Community Center signage recommendations – Madison County Fiscal Court (REC 840)

Richmond Parksand Recreation Lake Reba Recreational Complex signage recommendations (REC 840)

All A Classic evaluation, City of Richmond, KY (REC 280)

 

 

 

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