In 2014, every PADI Diving Society member will receive a membership card with this amazing whale shark photo from photographer David Valencia. David, a marine biologist and PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer has logged more than 7000 dives and currently works on the Solmar V liveaboard out of Cabo San [...]Read more ›
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When asked, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” What child answers, “I want to work in a cubicle!” Unfortunately for millions of us, that is our lot, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Meet Rika – a former legal administrative assistant who kicked her [...]Read more ›
“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined,” said 19th century author Henry David Thoreau. When it comes to your career, it’s easy to dream of the perfect job and workplace, but it feels more difficult to achieve it. Is it time to let [...]Read more ›
Do you constantly dream of your next dive excursion while stuck under fluorescent lights at the office? Are you bored with the daily nine-to-five grind? Remember, no one is forcing you to work a predictable, sedentary job. The sea can be your office. The fish can be your colleagues. And [...]Read more ›
Confession time: the author of this post had to look up limnologist in google. As it turns out, a limnologist does important work for their local community, and it’s a lesser-known but interesting job for divers. Read on to learn more about PADI Instructor and limnologist Kelly Wucherpfennig. Kelly Wucherpfennig [...]Read more ›
Countless divers dream about a full-time career in scuba – leaving behind the daily grind and cube-farm views for open water and fun in the sun. Not everyone can make it happen, but some do. And then there are some, like Michael Steidley who’s had not one, but several diving-related [...]Read more ›