Requirements for accessible trails are evolving and advancing and if you are in parks and recreation, it is time to get familiar with what’s to come in the next few years.
In this second part of a two-part blog series, accessibility expert John McGovern, J.D., outlines what you need to know about coming requirements.
The path to a career can be a varied one – from knowing exactly what you want to be when you grow up and pursuing that dream to stumbling into a career after an experience later in life. Everyone has their story and Terri Stowers, park and recreation manager for Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation in North Carolina, shares her story and why it is influencing her to attend the NRPA’s Supervisors Management School this year. Read on and see if you can relate to Terri’s story.
Here it is, your last Speed Session preview before the NRPA Congress and Exposition in Houston, TX! In this blog, David Carter of Carter Consulting Group previews his session on effective communication. Seemingly an easy thing to do, David explains why communication can be so tough and how what you’ll learn in his Speed Session on Wednesday, October 9, can help you improve your communication skills.
Have you heard that October 4, 2013 is National Visit a Park Day? This is something that NRPA and the Young Professionals Network (YPN) have celebrated over the last couple of years to help promote the wonders of our natural and treasured resources out there – local parks. The Young Professionals have put together some great ideas on how to celebrate Visit a Park Day and want to encourage park and recreation agencies, community leaders, civic groups, schools and other organizations to come together and participate!
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