When we asked PADI Pro Andrew Raak for his job title, he suggested: Freelance Dive Instructor for beginners to billionaires, and everyone in between. Sounds like a great gig to us! Read on to learn more about the adventures of Andrew… Originally from Philadelphia, Andrew developed a fascination with the ocean […]Read more ›
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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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
Maritime archaeologist is a scuba diving job that explores archaeological remains in or near the water. Marine archaeologists piece together information about humanity’s past by diving wrecks, harbours, lakes, etc. Sarah Linden is a maritime archaeologist and PADI Instructor. We asked her to tell us a little about her job […]Read more ›
Learning to be comfortable underwater is a challenge in itself, but imagine trying to be comfortable underwater while posing for pictures. In a recent photo shoot for PADI’s revised Open Water Diver manual, underwater model and free diver Estrella Navarro Holm proved that it takes more than being a good […]Read more ›
Our latest career month interview is with Tara Bradley, Senior Editor at Sport Diver magazine. She’s also the mystery woman behind Sport Diver’s Twitter account: @sportdiver. What inspired you to become a diver? I come from a family of divers (in the Midwest!) so diving was our favorite way to […]Read more ›