FAIRLAND AQUATICS NOTICE
M-NCPPC is a proud partner of Make A Splash
Make a Splash is a national, child-focused water safety initiative created by the USA Swimming Foundation. Launched in 2007, Make a Splash is a national awareness campaign that saves lives by joining forces with grassroots learn-to-swim programs. The Prince George's Department of Parks and Recreation offers the Make A Splash program during the Summer at various M-NCPPC aquatic facilities and to various 2nd grade classes in the Prince George's Public Schools.
Live more, play more & swim more!
Make a splash, swim some laps, or learn water safety at one of our conveniently located public aquatic facilities. M-NCPPC offers both summer time and year-round swimming opportunities throughout Prince George's County. We have swimming lessons for children and adults, water fitness, aqua arthritis, lifeguarding, swim teams and aquatic safety classes, and more; browse the schedule and sign up using SMARTlink, or stop by to swim laps or play in a splash pool.
NOW HIRING for Summer 2014!
Secure your job now for Summer 2014. Positions available (must be 16 years of age to work for M-NCPPC): Lifeguards, Pool Managers, Shallow Water Lifeguards, Swim Lesson Aides, Water Fitness Instructors, Water Safety Instructors, Custodians, Customer Service Representatives. Earn up to $17.06 per hour. Please click on the Aquatics Quicklinks to the right for more information on positions and certification courses.
G.E.A.R. Lady Lifesavers Program
The G.E.A.R. (Girls Excited About Recreation) initiative is designed to engage, encourage and empower young girls through various programs. The Lady Lifesavers program introduces pre-teen and teen girls to the exciting world of aquatics and lifesaving opportunities. Participants who successfully complete the Lady Lifesavers Series (training and aquatics certification courses) may be offered M-NCPPC employment or volunteer opportunities.
This 7-month program operates from November to May and is available for girls ages 11-18. Workshops and training courses focus on swim skills assessments; stroke development lessons; American Red Cross courses and a closing event. Throughout the program, there will be opportunities
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