Northern Sport, Culture and Recreation District
Northern Community & School Recreation Coordinator Program
Program SummaryThe purpose of the Northern Community & School Recreation Coordinator Program (NC&SRCP) is to enhance the quality of life for northerners through the provision of community based sport, culture and recreation programs after-school, in the evenings, on weekends and at community and school special events. Community & School Recreation Coordinators (CSRC’s) are employed to facilitate the delivery of sport, culture and recreation programs, using the school as a major asset of the community and in partnership with other community based organizations providing sport, culture and recreation programs, services and facilities.
Community Organizations and Schools located within the geographic area encompassed by the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District are eligible to participate in the Northern Community & School Recreation Coordinator Program.
Eligible Community Organizations are:
- The School Division or First Nation Education Authority through individual schools;
- The Northern Municipal recreation organization or First Nations recreation authority;
- A registered non-profit organization with a sport, culture and recreation mandate such as a Friendship Centre.
Schools, who wish to participate in the program, will be required to engage the community by identifying its community partners and work with them to manage the program. Community Organizations, who wish to participate in the program, must initiate contact with their school and the school division or band education authority, as well as, identify community partners who will work with them to manage the program. In order for a community to secure this program, the school must be a partner.
Open and ongoing invitation to apply