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 Therapeutic Recreation Club 



The Therapeutic Recreation Club is a very active organization.  Here are some past and future TR Club activities .

  • TR students participated in a webinar with NCTRC about certification and taking the certification exam.   
  • TR club will participate in a Traumatic Brain Injury awareness day at the Clearview Mall in Butler.The club will be leading mall goers in TBI simulation activities.  If you are interested in helping out, you do not have to be there the whole day.  See Dr. Hutchins or Cassie McMinn to sign up.
  • A Diversity and Democracy panel event will be taking place at various locations throughout campus.  The TR Club will sponsor two of the speakers.
  • The TR Club voted to co-sponsor “End the “r” word day” with the Adapted Physical Activities Council by donating $100 to the cause and volunteering at the booths throughout the day.

Club members who are interested in running for an executive board office in TR club next year should approach any of the board members to ask any questions and get familiar with the position.  Nominations will be held at the end of the semester, you must pay dues to be considered for this position.  Volunteering for the upcoming workshop will provide you with a good idea about how the TR board operates and what duties are carried out by each position.  Also opportunities to shadow board members are available and may be a good way to get a good understanding of the executive board members do.  Voting for next year’s board members will take place in the beginning of April.  Nominations are due to any board member before March 17th.  You may nominate yourself or another student. 

The Annual Therapeutic Recreation Workshop There will be 13 sessions from which to choose.  Please contact Dr. Hutchins at 724-738-4402 or for a registration form.

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The Therapeutic Recreation program is accreditated by CAAHEP.


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