Graduation statistics - Recreation and Leisure Studies 2018

82% of our Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates are starting a career, 15% are attending school, and 3% are doing other activities.

Starting a career (63 of 78, 82%)

Selected job titles

St. Joseph's Villa, Therapeutic Recreationist

Canadian Olympic Committee, Marketing Partnerships Intern

University of Waterloo, Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers Coach

Tandem Diabetes Care, Inside Sales Specialist

Provincial Health Services Authority, Recreation Therapist

Bond Brand Loyalty, Project Manager - Sponsorship & Experimental Marketing

Knollcrest Lodge, Activation Aide

North York General Hospital, Mental Health Intern

McCormick Dementia Services, Recreation Aid

Starlight Children's Foundation, Children Services Coordinator

Vancouver Canadian Professional Baseball Club, Director of Community Relations

Ice Castles, Event Manager

Homewood Health Centre, Program Facilitator

CHATS Community & Home Assistance to Seniors, Recreation Programmer

Viziya Corporation, Marketing Specialist

Sandvine Corporatin, Talent Acquisition Coordinator

The Travel Agent Next Door, Certified Travel Counsellor 

UPS, Account Manager

Stratford Tennis Club, Assistant Manager 

Post-graduate education (12 of 78, 15%)

Business Administration

University of New Brunswick

Gerontology

University of Regina

Holistic Health 

The Institute of Holistic Nutrition

Law

University of Windsor

Masters in Coaching

University of Alberta

Recreation

Brock University

Recreation and Leisure Studies

University of Waterloo

Sociology

Dalhousie University

Sport and Event Marketing

George Brown College

Teacher Education and Professional Development

Wilfred Laurier University 


Information was not available for 40 (33.9%) of the 118 Recreation and Leisure graduates. Statistics shown are of those with available information. 
*meaning that graduates are doing other activities, such as traveling or seeking employment.