Graduation statistics - Recreation and Leisure Studies 2005

 49% Employed, 49% Post-graduate education, 2% Travelling

In 2005, 57 students graduated from Recreation and Leisure Studies. Eight months after graduation we caught up with the class to find out what they were doing.

Please note: Information was missing for 6 (10.5%) of the 57 Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates.

Employment (25 of 51, 49%)

Selected job titles

Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Parkwood Hospital, London

Recreation Therapist, West Park Healthcare Centre, Toronto

Activity Director, Cedarcroft Place, Stratford

Community Outreach Program Coordinator, Northwest Resource Centre, London

Therapeutic Recreationalist, Developmental Behavioural Management Unit, St. Josephs Healthcare Corporation, London

Recreation Therapist, St. Joseph’s Health Care, London

Program Coordinator, After School Program, Ingersoll

Manager in Training, Discount Car and Rentals

Fundraising Assistant, England

Program Director, Playing for Peace, Northern Ireland

Therapeutic Recreationist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Geriatric Psychiatry Unit

Sales Representative, Frameworth Sports Marketing, Toronto

Inclusive Services Coordinator, Alberta Recreation and Parks Association

Hand Therapy Program, Trillium Health Centre, Etobicoke

Recreation Therapist, St. Josephs Health Care, Guelph

Development Coordinator, The Lung Association, Toronto

Youth Staff, Royal Caribbean

Recreation Assistant and Therapist, Sunnyside Home, Kitchener

Support Worker, K-W Habilitation, Kitchener-Waterloo

Post-graduate education (25 of 51, 49%)

Education (17)

Nipissing University (4)

University of Western Ontario (3)

University of Windsor (3)

Brock University (2)

Queen’s University (2)

University of Ottawa

Murdoch University , Western Australia


Graduate Studies (4)

Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo (2)

Leisure Studies, Dalhousie University

Industrial Relations, Queen’s University

Art Therapy (1)

York University

Business Management (1)

Post-Degree George Brown College

French Studies (1)

Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

Occupational Therapy (1)

Queen’s University

Travelling (1 of 51, 2%)