Graduation statistics - Recreation and Leisure Studies 2000

In 2000, 52 students graduated from Recreation and Leisure Studies. In a recent survey, we found out what they were doing 8 months after graduation.

 65% Employed, 8% Looking, 27% Post-graduate education


Many Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates step directly from their degree into a variety of related job positions.

  • Recreational Therapist, Westview Regional Health Authority, Hinton, Alberta
  • Director of Programs, A.R. Goudie Home, Kitchener
  • Guest Services Representative, Holiday Inn, Cambridge, Ontario
  • Director of Counsellors, Village Camps, Switzerland
  • Club Director, FEDS, UW
  • Cultural Representative, Disney EPCOT, Florida
  • Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Parkwood Hospital, London
  • Membership Team Leader, North York YMCA
  • Activity Director/Manager, Nursing Home, Wardsville
  • F/S Sales Representative, Cintas Corp.
  • Ticketing/Administration, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Toronto
  • Activity Assistant, Caressent Care Nursing Home, Arthur
  • Therapeutic Recreation Manager, River Bend Place, Cambridge
  • Director of Recreation, Newton Regency Care Home, Surrey, BC
  • Education Assistant, Avenue Road Public School, Cambridge
  • Recreational Therapeutic, Cambridge Memorial Hospital
  • Recreational Therapist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto
  • Activation Volunteer Coordinator, Cambridge Country Manor
  • Manager, Corporate Development, Toronto Argonaut Football Club, Toronto
  • Marketing Services Coordinator, Borland Canada
  • Senior Program Coordinator, City of Kitchener, Victoria School Centre
  • Recreational Therapist, New England Centre for Children, Southboro, MA
  • Special Events/Orientation Coordinator, Feds, UW
  • Design/Programming, Kinark Family Services/Simcoe Public School Board/Children’s Aid

Post-graduate education

Every year many Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates choose to continue their academic studies. In 2000, 27% of Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates decided to further their education.

Graduate Studies (4)

Business Administration, University of Windsor

Industrial Relations, Queens University, Kingston

Recreation and Leisure Studies, UW

Educational Counselling, University of Western Ontario

Education (8)

D'Youville, Buffalo

University of Toronto

Lakehead University

University of Western Ontario (3)

York University

Nipissing University

Law (1)

Odessa, Texas

Internships (1)

Frost Centre, Outdoor Education, Minden