California Park & Recreation Society—Aquatic Section

The purpose of the Aquatics Section is to unite aquatic professionals and others concerned with any aspect of California's diverse aquatic environments, and to provide educational opportunities to aquatic professionals. Additionally, we aim to disseminate information affecting aquatic professionals in California, and to provide a forum to meet their varying needs. We engage in state and federal advocacy efforts that support and enhance the aquatic profession and safety of aquatic activities.


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CPRS

The California Park & Recreation Society provides career development, networking, resources and is the public advocate for California park and recreation professionals.

*CPRS is where California park and recreation professionals improve their knowledge of park and recreation management, CPRS brings California park and recreation professionals together from across disciplines and agency and regional boundaries to advance professionalism, opportunities for career growth and to encourage collegiality,CPRS is a resource for California park and recreation best practices, techniques, products and trends,CPRS is the voice of California park and recreation professionals and agencies, government and the media. Founded in 1946, CPRS is a nonprofit, professional and public interest organization with more than 4,000 members who create community:

• Providing recreational experiences to individuals, families and communities
• Fostering human development
• Promoting health and wellness
• Increasing cultural unity
• Facilitating community problem solving
• Protecting natural resources
Strengthening safety and security
Strengthening community image and sense of place
Supporting economic development

TCPRS membership is well-distributed, with 86 percent of park and recreation agencies in California boasting at least one CPRS individual member. In addition, over 175 park and recreation agencies are themselves CPRS members.

For Further information on CPRS or CPRS aquatics please go to: www.cprs.org

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