I am 21, travelling over to Canada in april and staying for 6 - 8 months. I am looking for a new and cool job, any ideas? I have already done summer camps in the USA, so something new would be good.
I am planning on taking kayaking lessons, once a week for four weeks. Should I tip my instructor at the end of each lesson, or only once at the end of the last lesson?
It looks really interesting, but does anyone know what the job market is?
So at the moment I'm at college studying subjects that I have no interest for and i'm just not enjoying it. My real passion is kayaking, despite only going once. But I was wondering if I could take a course, that teaches me everything and would enable me to get a job doing something kayaking related, like working in a adventure camp or something.
My friend says I'll need to do GCSE PE but I'd rather not if I can avoid it. Have tried looking online for what kind of stuff I'd need to do but can't find anything to help. Anyone out there able to tell me?
She has many skills: baking, pastry, snowboard instructor, fitness instructor, ice cream server, kayaking - she is GREAT with kids - she needs to get out and meet people from all over the country/world - open her horizons - any thoughts?
I have a job and attend college, but I have Tuesday and Thursday off after class at 12:00, so I am wondering what I can do to get active. I want something to do outdoors or something productive if indoors, because I hate sitting around watching tv or being on the internet. I WANT MENTAL OR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, PLEASE HELP.
I would like to find a career for myself that isn't your typical 9-5 job. I like a sense of adventure and would love to find a career to fulfill the adventure I seek. Any advice or ideas on what jobs may be adventurous or slightly fun would be gladly appreciated :)
And that one is yawning a lot mostly because of boredom?
what can one do????
I was writing an article on swimming and couldn't find any on google. Any help??
19 year old going back to vancouver for the summer, been living abroad my whole life and have absolutely no friends nor any plans to do for three monthes, any suggestions? not keen on getting a job not to sound spoiled but just prefer other ways? thanks! xx
I love to travel. i want a job in the travelling industry that only requires a high school diploma, not a college degree.
Okay so im 16 at the moment just going into college after summer, in two years when i leave (when im 18) I'd like to become an instructor for PGL La Fosca (Spain) I would like to be a Group Leader however I am really interested in Windsurfing and Sailing therefore want to do a course to get me the qualifications to do these instructor jobs, on the website it says I need a 'RYA Level 1 Start Windsurf Instructor (Non Planing)' & 'RYA Assistant Instructor' for them, how would I go about getting these qualifications and when should i do it??
Weighted GPA- 3.98
ACT- 34 math, 34 english, 25 reading, 27 science
4 years of varsity hockey, 3 as a captain (upcoming year included)
State Champion of hockey sophomore year
Regionalist finalist junior year
3 years varsity lacrosse, 1 as captain (upcoming year)
Counselor at Valley Mill camp for 3 years after being a camper for 11
Kayak instructor to adults at Valley Mill kayak school for 3 years
Internship at the Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless (unpaid) for Development and Communication
175 service hours
HOSTS (help other students to succeed) intern for 2 semesters
Job at the Grilled Oyster (new restaurant) for Communications and Development (helping them become popular)
I have taken 16 honors courses out of 21 classes (gym, tech type of classes)
AP Psych- 4
AP English Language- 4
AP Spanish Language- 3
This year I will be taking 1 honors and 3 APs (Literature, Economics, and AP US History)
If I can get straight A's, would that bring up my chances of UCSB and UCSD?
I get pain in my sholder and have to pop my shoulder out then it makes a huge crack then goes back in, my docs say theres nothing wrong it normal, but im the only person i know that can do it, i dislocated it when i were bout 3-4 years old im now 22, and it affecting my job, im a canoe/kayak instructor and after work everyday im in agony from it any ideas please
I'm planning on taking a year out and want to work as a dinghy (sailing) instructor. I think places like UAE and New Zealand would be good countries find work at this time of year. UKSA can do the training in 4 weeks for £1600. So what I want to know is- does anyone else work as a dinghy instructor and is it easy to get work? I've seen a few jobs offered on the internet but not sure if these are rare or common? UKSA said for £5000 they'll train me as a windsurfing, kayaking and dinghy instructor but don't want to pay that much. Thanks, Kate xx
come on people!
What does this mean to have a midheaven in 29 degree and do i have sagittarius midheaven also?
What careers suit a scorpio/sagittarius midheaven?