Job Prospects

Job opportunities for REM students who have worked with the CTPR are very positive. The vast majority of its graduates are gainfully employed in tourism or other related resource management fields that build on their experiences in the REM program, typically their positions are with:
    • Government related tourism
    • Parks & protected areas management agencieswhistlerolyvillage
    • Community and regional planning offices
    • Private sector tourism and /or recreation companies
    • University based teaching institutions
    • Non-governmental civil society organizations

Their success in attaining such positions depends on such factors as their:
    • Academic performance while in REM;
    • Degree of collaboration and networking with past REM graduates and Adjunct Professors
    • Extent of research project linkages to potential employer needs,
    • Efforts to communicate their acquired REM and tourism related skills and talents to potential employers