The Recreation Center Supervisor : How Will You Know When You Have Reached Success?

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1. As related to the position of Recreation Center Supervisor, what will success look like in the advertised position? How will you know when you have reached success? As the Recreation Center Supervisor I will know that I reached success, when I am able to engage with children and adults of all ages. By implementing exciting programs that will impact people’s lifestyles. I will introduce programs such: • Youth and Adults Community Garden • Develop a Healthy Eating Program to fight child and adult obesity by promoting healthy eating education. • Increasing physical activity • Exposing participants to new cultural experiences such as museums, theater, concerts. • Comprehensiveness it is important, developing an after school…show more content…
I became proficient at all aspects of non-profit management, including marketing, directing staff, developing new programs such as summer and after school program, development of a 12 week Spanish as a second language program for adults. Concerned about the needs of education for small farmers, I developed a program with the support of the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, providing free monthly enrichment education to farmers toward sustainability and understanding the economics of managing a farm with minimum resources. I was instrumental assisting Inborden Elementary and Enfield Middle School to write a grant proposal, obtaining a $2500.00 grant to develop a student’s/parents school garden, with the assistance of immersion groups from local churches, assisting by build 20 raised garden boxes for the student’s/parents school garden. Aware of the need of a summer program in Whitakers, and Enfield I developed a 6 week summer literacy program, named “Quest to the Future”, this program is designed to meet the needs, and build on the strengths, of students who may have struggled along their literacy path. Activities for children feature cooperative play and included indoor/outdoor games, arts and crafts, healthy cooking, summer garden, aqua Zumba, taekwondo, line dancing, swimming, sewing, and field trips. Furthermore, the program focus on areas of interest: science, sports, acting, creative thinking,
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