Megan


PADI MSDT and diver for 10+ years, eMarketing executive for PADI Americas.

Recent blog posts written by Megan

Scuba Diving Career: FBI Dive Team

Scuba Diving Career: FBI Dive Team

16 July, 2014 at 11:00 am 0 comments

The FBI’s Underwater Search and Evidence Response Team (USERT) is a highly-trained group of Special Agents who investigate underwater crime scenes at a moment’s notice. The team is made up of specially-trained FBI Special Agents with minimum two years of FBI experience and an open water diver certification. Once selected, the […]

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What’s Your Favorite Scuba Holiday Vacation Destination?

What’s Your Favorite Scuba Holiday Vacation Destination?

15 July, 2014 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

When you close your eyes and go to your underwater happy place – where is it? Tell us, in 150 words or less, what your favorite scuba diving destination is and why. We’ll choose three winners to feature on PADI’s social media channels and receive prizes sponsored by our friends […]

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We Asked PADI Staff: What’s Your Favorite Scuba Diving Innovation

We Asked PADI Staff: What’s Your Favorite Scuba Diving Innovation

13 July, 2014 at 1:00 pm 0 comments

We asked PADI Staff to name the biggest “game changing” innovation for scuba in the past 20 years. Their responses are below. Please leave your favorite scuba innovations in the comments section below.   Alan Jan – Supervisor, Instructor Development The tank-banger. I would no teach without it! This is […]

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Scuba Jobs: EPA Scientific Diving

Scuba Jobs: EPA Scientific Diving

8 July, 2014 at 1:32 pm 0 comments

For most divers, scuba diving is an escape from every day life. But there are a lucky few who dive during their workday. Scientific divers take the plunge in the name of research to learn more about the oceans and how to protect them. Spending the day exploring an underwater […]

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Look, But Please Don’t Touch

Look, But Please Don’t Touch

30 June, 2014 at 2:00 pm 0 comments

Today’s blog post was written by our summer intern, Alexis Terrill. Seeing marine life in its natural environment is one of things that attracts people to scuba diving. Unfortunately, some divers seem to have forgotten the section of their PADI Open Water class where the instructor taught them not to […]

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Our Favorite Travel Apps

Our Favorite Travel Apps

27 June, 2014 at 7:20 am 0 comments

Our smartphones are the Swiss Army Knives of the modern age. PADI staff use ours constantly throughout the day to check the weather, travel info, and of course connect with friends. The new ScubaEarth® app is a fun (and free) tool that will help you dive more and do more whether […]

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