Graduation statistics - Recreation and Leisure Studies 2020

 69% starting a career, 4% looking for employment, 27% attending school

Starting a career (50 of 73, 69%)

Selected job titles

American Tall, Director of People Operations

UrbanToronto, Database Manager

Montessori School of Sudbury, Educator Assistant

Xatśūll First Nation Education Department, Head Start Outreach Coordinator

Medulla & Co., Salon & Bridal Coordinator

Maria Montessori School, Teaching Assistant

BeMotion Inc., Business Development Manager

Northumberland Hills Hospital, Recreation Therapist

Klick, Media Planning Coordinator

Sun Cabo Vacations, Junior Financial Analyst

Next Level Performance Training, Manager of Strength and Conditioning

VALERIA INC., Marketing Coordinator

Chartwell Retirement Residences, Recreation Aide

YMCA of Three Rivers, Childcare Teacher

KW Habilitation, Direct Support Professional

Bethany Lodge Retirement and Long Term Care, Sales Consultant

Regional Municipality of Durham, Recreation Programmer

Langdon Hall, Front Desk & Reservations Agent

Toronto & Region Conservation Authority, Visitor Experience Representative

Post-graduate education (20 of 73, 27%)

Applied Gerontology

Brock University

Bachelor of Education

Western University

Business, Entrepreneurship, & Technology

University of Waterloo

Child and Youth Care

George Brown College

Digital Marketing & Data Science

Emlyon Business School

Doctor of Law

Lincoln Alexander School of Law

Early Childhood Education

Conestoga College

Exercise Science and Health Promotion

California University of Pennsylvania

Health and International Development

The London School of Economics and Political Science

Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

Western University

Health and Safety

Fleming College

Human Kinetics

University of Windsor


Western University

Occupational Therapy

Queen's University

University of Toronto

Western University

Public Health

Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry

Recreation and Leisure Studies

University of Waterloo

Information was not available for 26 (26%) of the 99 Recreation and Leisure graduates. Statistics shown are of those with available information.