Health, Physical Education & Recreation Club

Brenda Simonson, H-161
716-614-6773
bsimonson@niagaracc.suny.edu

John Strong:
716-614-6272
jstrong@niagaracc.suny.edu

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the NCCC Health, Physical Education & Recreation Club is to enhance professional development through involvement in recreation and community service.

 

WHAT IS THE HEALTH, PHYSICAL & RECREATION CLUB?

The mission of the NCCC Health, Physical Education & Recreation Club is to enhance professional development through involvement in recreation and community service.

All Health Studies, Physical Education Studies and Recreation Studies majors are strongly encouraged to get involved with the Health, Physical Education & Recreation Club.

The club offers various activities throughout the school year in which any student can be involved. Activities include, white water rafting, NHL hockey games, indoor rock climbing and hiking. Activities may vary from year to year.

 

MEETINGS

We will meet at various times throughout the semester. Dates and times will be posted on the Health & Physical Education board located in H-Building.

 

CLUB OFFICERS 2015-2016

President: 
Vice President: 
Treasurer: 
Secretary: 
Club Council Representative: 

 

HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION AWARDS

The Health, Physical Education & Recreation Studies Major of the Year Award is presented to an individual who excels in all of the below criteria. This person is selected by the Health & Physical Education division faculty members.

                                    2014-2015 Major of the Year - Nina Frye


Each month during the academic year, a Health, Physical Education & Recreation Studies Major of the Month Award is also presented by the HPE faculty. 

                           
 

 

HOW TO BECOME A HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION MAJOR OF THE MONTH

Criteria for Selection:

  1. Active participation and accomplishments with the Physical Education/Athletics Club.
  2. Active participation in professional development activities, conferences, and workshops
  3. Volunteerism on and off campus
  4. Academic achievement
  5. Leadership in the classroom
  6. Professional Development
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