Community and Worksite Wellness

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An emphasis in Community and Worksite Wellness prepares students to advocate and create a culture of wellness both in a community setting as well as the workplace. Wellness coordinators often focus on healthy eating, physical activity, reduction in tobacco use, stress management, fitness programs, use of preventive screenings, programs and services, and improved physical environments, such as walking paths, healthy food choices, and nutritional information provided on site.

The job outlook for Health Educators and Community Health Workers is expected to grow much faster than average (16% from 2016-2026) as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (U.S. Department of Labor).

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  • Career Options
  • Wellness Coordinator
  • Wellness Center Director
  • Recreation Program Coordinator
  • Coordinator of Health & Fitness
  • Corporate Health Promotion Specialist
  • Employee Health Coordinator
  • Health & Wellness Coordinator
  • Director of Fitness Center
  • Fitness Specialist
  • Corporate Wellness Coordinator
  • Director of Community Health & Wellness
  • Director of Worksite Prevention Health
  • Health Promotion Manager
  • Health Education & Wellness Manager

About Health, Human Performance, and Recreation Department

The Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation (HHPR) is located in the new Student Recreation Center. The HHPR faculty possess a wide array of specializations. The department offers undergraduate degree programs in Exercise Science, Recreation Services, Sport and Hospitality Management, and Physical Education, seven minors and certificates in Dance, Coaching, and Hospitality Management, as well as a graduate program in HHPR. Within each of the degree programs, there are emphases/concentration areas from which students select the professional paths that best fit their needs. 

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