Kinesiology students connect with community

Incoming Master of Professional Kinesiology (MPK) students met with community partners, Brock faculty and fellow students on Friday, Aug. 18 at the MPK Student Orientation and Community Partner Meet and Greet. Brock's MPK program is a 12-month course-based program that includes professional development opportunities and a minimum of 450 hours of experiential education in kinesiology through practicum placements with community partners. In this photo, MPK student Heejae Lee (right) speaks with community partners from Niagara Support Services, Robyn O'Hara (left), a teacher with the Children's Autism Program, and Nick Smith (centre), a supervisor with Niagara Training and Employment Agency.