Peer Sharing and Networking
We host a variety of peer sharing events annually to provide opportunities for knowledge exchange, community collaboration and relationship building. All of our networking events are provided free of charge and include refreshments/lunch (depending on time of day).
This May 13th event will feature presentations on High Five, Take the Lead, Community Recreation Planning and latest developments for the Eat Healthy, Play Healthy movement. This is a great time to network and share successes and challenges with other professionals as well.
When: Wednesday, May 13, 2020, Happy Nun Café, Forget, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.. (RSVP to Dallas Cossar at by May 6, 2020. Please indicate any dietary restrictions.)
Title: Annual General Meeting
Join us for an evening of learning, networking and a delicious meal, as we reflect on South East District's accomplishments over the past year!
- Networking is ideal for expanding yourknowledge by taking advantage of the viewpoints and prior experience of others.
- These events provide an opportunity for volunteers,professionals and leaders to network with peers and gain new insights into community challenges.
- Connect with and learn from peers and staycurrent with emerging trends!
When: These are offered on an ongoing request basis and will be delivered based on the availability of South East District staff.
Title: Recreation Professionals Mentorship Program
At South East District, we recognize the diversity of professionals working in the recreation, sport and culture sector! We believe that supporting a strong diverse workforce means providing an informative and welcoming environment for those new to the sector. We also believe that mentorship and progressive learning opportunities are important for professionals within the first couple years of their career! Talk to us about our New Recreation Practitioner Resource Starter Kit and Mentorship Program (we match you up for a one-day networking meeting with a mentor, where you have a chance to learn from the best!). Call Tara to learn more at 306.695.2006!
“Arts can be a useful tool in bringing people together for a commonly enjoyed activity; sparking conversations; no competition involved!” – Cultural Gathering Attendee
“Thank you for broadening my mind, I am mind blown” – Cultural Gathering Attendee
“The roundtable sharing to understand parallel problems, trends and solutions was awesome.”
“I really enjoy the roundtables, hearing different ways of doing things.”
- Recreation Practitioner Roundtable Participants