APRA is constantly seeking support from our members. There are a myriad of opportunities to help grow the Parks and Recreation profession and your resume. If you can’t afford to give much time, there are assignments that can match your availability. Many meetings are conducted where members can call in and be actively engaged.
There are volunteer opportunities on weekends; there are volunteer opportunities that can last an entire year; and there are special assignments that are short range and specific. From serving on the board, on a committee or helping at some of our special events there is a place for you!
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Members learn how parks and recreation professionals confront current issues and celebrate successes through our publications. Stay up to date with our bi-weekly Fast Five e-newsletter and read our quarterly printed magazine.
APRA Magazine Needs Your Contributions!
Your APRA Magazine provides a vehicle to disseminate valuable ideas, practices, observations and research in the field of parks and recreation. The magazine reaches a broad audience, including practitioners, administrators, teachers, college/university faculty and students. What makes the magazine a success is your input - your ideas, your experiences and your creativity. Please consider sharing your experiences, research, new staff, promotions, awards and other noteworthy information with your peers around the state. Artwork and photographs are also encouraged. Submit items in digital form to Liz Langenbach - email Liz