Help shape the ongoing professionalization of campus recreation

The NIRSA Professional Registry Commission is currently seeking member participation in a Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals (RCRSP) survey.
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2019-03-20T18:36:54+00:00March 5, 2019|Categories: NIRSA, Professional Development, registry|

Up close with the Professional Registry: Earl Cabellon, University of Maryland-College Park

By Nazifa Islam
Earl Cabellon started his career in collegiate recreation as a student at the University of Rhode Island (URI). It was there that he—someone who already “subscribed living an active lifestyle”—first became invested in