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					Armed Forces
Recreation
What, Where, When, Who,
Why, and How!
 But first….some web sites!
• Bulletin Board Cohort Groups
  • www.indiana.edu/~r231


• HPER Career Services
  • www.hper.indiana.edu
  • www.hpercareers.com


• IU Alumni Association Directory
  • www.alumni.indiana.edu

• RPA Career Opportunities Resource Center
  • www.indiana.edu/~rpajobs
    OUR NAMES…

   Army – MWR (Morale, Welfare, and Recreation)
   Navy – MWR
   Air Force – Services
   Marine Corps – MCCS (Marine Corps Community
    Services)
   Coast Guard - MWR
    AF Services Mission and Vision
   Our mission is to           Our vision is to provide
    increase combat              combat support and service
    capability and improve       to the Air Force community
    programs promoting           through excellence in core
    readiness, esprit de         competencies, focused
    corps, and quality of        innovation, and systematic
    life for Air Force           delivery of products and
    people.                      services to meet their
                                 constantly changing needs.
       Scope of Operations - Big Picture
   112 fitness centers                  122 club operations
   283 dining facilities                84 bowling centers
   76 community centers                 80 golf facilities
   97 lodging operations                26 aero clubs (300 aircraft)
   250 child development & school-      93 outdoor recreation operations
    age care centers                     101 rec equipment check-outs
   84 youth centers                     Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE)
   107 libraries                        40 recreational shooting ops
   87 skills development centers        8,400 military (AD, AFR, ANG)
                                         42,500 civilians (APF, NAF, CME)
   67 tickets & tours operations
WHERE WE ARE

   WORLDWIDE
     United States

     Europe

     Asia

     And Beyond!
WHEN WE DELIVER

   Daily
   24/7
   Peacetime
   Wartime
WHO ARE OUR CUSTOMERS

                    Active Duty
                    Retirees
                    Dependents
                    DOD Employees
                    Contractors
                    Reservists
                    Etc.
    HOW WE DELIVER

   Fitness                      Sports
     Instructional Classes        Self-Directed

     Incentive Programs           Intramural

     Special Events               Extramural

     Self-Directed                Varsity

                                   World Class Athlete
                                    Program
     Military vs Community

   MWR Director              P/R Director
   Admiral                   Mayor/City Manager
   More diversity            Parks and/ or rec.
   Military patrons          Citizens
   Military environment      Community setting
   Revenue sources           Taxes, bonds, grants
   Facility/utilities        Fee structure
   Deployment                Steady customer base
Job Opportunities (Samples)

   Sports Specialists      Afloat Recreation and
     GS-7/9                 Fitness Specialists
     NF-3                    Up to six months at

     $30-38K
                                 sea
   Fitness Center Dir      Supervisory Sports
                             Specialist
     GS-9/11
                              NF-4
     NF-3

     $38-45K
Internship Opportunities

                     Navy
                       http://www.mwr.navy.mil/

                       http://www.donhr.org

                     Air Force
                       By location

                     Army
                       By location

                     Marine Corps
                       By location

                     Coast Guard
Quiz Time…

   T or F Military installations have fitness and
    recreation programs similar to communities?
   T or F Very few fitness and rec jobs are available
    to non-military?
   T or F You have to join the military to work on a
    military installation?
   T or F If you work with armed forces recreation,
    you’re limited to jobs and locations?
   T or F You can become a millionaire working in
    armed forces recreation?
   T or F Internships rarely lead to full-time jobs?

				
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