This holiday season, treat yourself with professional growth. Become a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) to keep your expertise current and demonstrate your commitment to the profession.
This July, show your community members the importance of play and how much they can discover at their local parks and rec. Tell your community to Get Your Play On!
Regardless of your background, all park and recreation professionals can benefit from going through the Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) process.
Whether you're just starting your career or a seasoned professional, the cost of unfunded pension liabilities could impact when you can retire and the financial resources you'll have available during those years.
Award applications are now being accepted for Gold Medal Awards and National Awards. There are 19 award opportunities currently available. Applications are due March 12.
It’s 2017 and time to make a resolution to revamp your hiring process. It is also the perfect time to assess your agency’s team and find new employees to fill in the gaps.
Understanding the makeup of this growing segment of the population is key to better meeting their needs.
NRPA's campaign to implement environmental and policy strategies that create safe and equitable access to parks for all people.
We pulled out the old crystal ball and made the following predictions of what is likely to occur in the world of parks and recreation in 2017.
The Aquatics Facility Operator (AFO) Certification will help you or your staff better understand the entire pool system and run all types of aquatic facilities safely, efficiently and confidently.
Overview of issue: Unfunded Pension Liabilities. Sustainable Fundraising Strategies, Replacing the ACA, Good Governance Practices and more!
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