|Kinesiology & Recreation Management|
Discover and disseminate knowledge related to physical activity, human movement, sport, and leisure to improve the health, well-being and quality of life of Manitobans, Canadians, and citizens of the world. Studying at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management allows students to engage in human rights in an active and community oriented way. Fieldwork and Mentorship programs provide students with a chance to get out into the community and not only learn, but help others in the process.
For more information, including registration details, contact the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management.
A semester of experiential learning at an allied agency, which varies by student interest and availability of placements.
An experiential service learning course focused on inner city youth implemented in partnership with several levels of government.
Aboriginal Youth Mentor programs
Service learning opportunities via the Aboriginal Youth Mentor programs (students who complete the Diver Populations course can later be hired to work in the mentor programs). Aboriginal high school mentors are guaranteed work as community members/university mentors once they graduate high school. The Aboriginal youth mentor programs are viewed as both a recruitment and retention opportunity, particularly for Aboriginal and other under-represented groups.
Student Research opportunities
S. Teetzel will soon be recruiting students to work as paid research assistants on her gender and doping projects