Fees: $80/Member; $100/Non-member
Fee includes educational sessions, Business Meeting, .2 CEUs, morning refreshments, lunch and networking!
Location: Stuart Community Center
415 Franklin Street
Fall Membership Meeting Schedule
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM Registration & Refreshments
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM GENERAL SESSION
Artificial Intelligence - Friend or Foe?
Description (as prompted by the presenter and written entirely by AI):
Artificial Intelligence (AI) isn't just tech jargon; it's a groundbreaking force remaking industries worldwide. The field of recreation stands on the cusp of this transformation, teeming with opportunities for innovative applications and ethical advancements.
Step into the future with [Your Name], a pioneer in [Your Area of Expertise], in a presentation that's more than a tech talk. This session will pull back the curtain on:
Decoding AI: Get a clear-cut understanding of how Large Language AI functions, and why it matters for the recreation industry.
Optimization in Action: Discover methods to capitalize on AI's capabilities, boosting customer engagement, operational efficiency, and more within your organization.
Cultural Integration: Learn actionable strategies to weave AI technologies into the fabric of your organizational culture.
But it's not just about the "how"; it's also about the "should." This interactive presentation dives into the ethical dilemmas posed by AI's adoption in recreation, equipping you with the frameworks needed to make responsible decisions.
Speaker: Dr. Kenneth Cohen, Associate Professor, RPLS - SUNY Cortland
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM BUSINESS MEETING (Agenda Pending)
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM NETWORKING LUNCH
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Leadership is an Action Word
Leadership is truly an action word. As leaders we often lose sight of this. This session will encourage all leaders, rookies or veterans, to leave their comfort zone to become better leaders and to raise the level of their team.
Speaker: Bill Salvatore, Deputy Commissioner of Programs/Unity Cup Director - Philadelphia Parks and Recreation
“Baby boomers”, “Gen X”, “Millennials”- These are all terms that we hear every day but how do they apply to our profession? This session explores the traits associated with the varied generations and how to utilize the characteristics and trends to motivate your teams to have meaningful engagement.
Speaker: Emily Connors M.S., CTRS, CDP, Community Builder - The Eden Alternative
Cancellation and Refund Policy
PRPS will refund your registration, less a $25 processing fee, if your cancellation is received in writing at least 10 business days prior to the event. No refunds/credits will be given for cancellations occurring less than 10 business days prior to an event. Substitute attendees are welcomed in lieu of cancellations; please contact the PRPS office to arrange this.
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