Megan


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

Recent blog posts written by Megan

How I Quit My Job to Become a Scuba Instructor

How I Quit My Job to Become a Scuba Instructor

25 April, 2013 at 3:30 am 0 comments

Does your day to day grind have you wondering: what if I walked away from my job to become a scuba instructor? What would it be like to do something I love for a living? If you’ve ever considered trading in fluorescent lights for bio-flourescence, read on!  Today we meet […]

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Public Safety Diving: an Interview with Mike Berry

Public Safety Diving: an Interview with Mike Berry

23 April, 2013 at 3:09 pm 0 comments

What was your path to working as a public safety diver, underwater criminal investigator?  I became a certified diver right after I got out of the army. A year later I joined the Virginia State Police and my Field Training Officer happened to be a State Police Diver who told […]

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Scuba Diving with Astronauts: An Out of This World Dive Job

Scuba Diving with Astronauts: An Out of This World Dive Job

23 April, 2013 at 6:45 am 0 comments

A team of professionals work for months, sometimes years, preparing an astronaut to leave mother earth and enter into orbit.  Of all the environmental changes the astronaut will experience, perhaps the most significant one is weightlessness. That’s where professional scuba divers like Chris Peterman come in – preparing astronauts for […]

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Scuba Diver Jobs: Cirque du Soleil

Scuba Diver Jobs: Cirque du Soleil

17 April, 2013 at 7:50 am 0 comments

Robert Soncini – Cirque du Soleil Do you dream about going pro and making diving a lifelong career? It’s something many of us imagine, but for some, it’s reality. Although becoming a professional dive instructor is one of the most popular career options, there are many other ways divers do […]

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PADI Instructor Logs 200 Dives on ScubaEarth

PADI Instructor Logs 200 Dives on ScubaEarth

5 April, 2013 at 8:19 am 0 comments

Oliver Dittus is a PADI Instructor and also one of the first ScubaEarthlings to log 200+ dives* on ScubaEarth.  Oliver lives in the Florida Keys where he regularly dives Looe Key and the Adolphus Bush wreck. * ScubaEarth “Mayor” Andrew Ricks holds the current record for dives logged with nearly […]

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Waterman Contest for Scuba Divers Sponsored by PADI and SCUBAPRO

Waterman Contest for Scuba Divers Sponsored by PADI and SCUBAPRO

5 April, 2013 at 7:53 am 0 comments

Webster’s Dictionary defines a waterman as: a person who makes his living from the water; but the word has evolved into much more than that. First off, watermen can refer to a man or women it is a neutral and commonly accepted term to refer to people of both genders. […]

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