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Earl Cabellon started his career in collegiate recreation as a student at the University of Rhode Island where he first became invested in the field. Learn how he leveraged that investment by maintaining his status in the Registry of Collegiate Recreation Sports Professionals.
By Kristen Gleason
The Registry of Collegiate Recreation Sports Professionals (RCRSP) is for collegiate recreation professionals who set high standards in the field through their continued education and professional involvement. The Registry emphasizes the importance of lifelong learning and continual professional development by providing recognition of collegiate recreational sports as a competency-based profession, setting as […]
Many of us have drawn participants into our programs through the promise of free food—and we’re glad we could catch your attention with a similar tactic. After all, NIRSA resources are very valuable and we want you to […]
By Cheri Hawkins
Update, May 22: The deadline to apply for a volunteer seat on the NIRSA Professional Registry Commission has been extended from May 13 until June 15.
The Registry of Collegiate Recreation Sports Professionals (RCRSP) is for collegiate recreation professionals who set high standards in the field through their continued education and professional […]
By Nazifa Islam
Megan Feasel’s passion for the collegiate recreation profession was kindled as an undergraduate at Wright State University. For four years, she was a Student Facility Assistant; that’s “where it all started,” she says, “cleaning treadmills, selling memberships, swiping ID cards.” She soon discovered that she “absolutely loved working in the recreation center,” […]