NCTRC_congratulations_letter_and_info_2007

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7 Elmwood Drive New City, New York 10956 (845) 639-1439 www.NCTRC.org Fax (845) 639-1471 April 27, 2007 Dear Therapeutic Recreation Graduate: Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! You have reached a significant milestone in your professional career by completing the requirements for a degree in Therapeutic Recreation. You should take great pride in your accomplishment and your demonstrated ability to complete the academic rigors of the TR academic program. We wish you a very successful career and hope that you secure a position that both meets your expectations and provides a high degree of professional satisfaction. In order to continue on the road to success, NCTRC would like to encourage you to apply for professional eligibility to become a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS). The CTRS credential is viewed as the mark of professional competence within the therapeutic recreation field. We would like to invite you to join the ranks of the over 15,000 CTRSs
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Unformatted text preview: currently providing therapeutic recreation services throughout the United States, Canada and several foreign countries. Please contact NCTRC to review the necessary requirements to qualify for the CTRS certification. Our website www.NCTRC.org contains all of the necessary information and forms you need to get started. If we can answer any questions or help you prepare an application, please e-mail us at nctrc@nctrc.org or call 845-639-1439. Once again, congratulations on your noteworthy achievement. We look forward to assisting you as you begin your exciting professional career. Sincerely, Bob Bob Riley, Ph.D., CTRS Executive Director "NCTRC", "National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification", "CTRS", and "Certified Therapeutic Recreation Spet" are the registered trademarks of the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification. All rights reserved 2007. Copying and distribution in any medium is prohibited without prior NCTRC written consent...
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