Life and times of being a geophysicist

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Glimpse into the fun and adventure of working in remote settings. Andrew traces this passion back to family hiking trips where he was the smallest member… facing and overcoming challenges even then.

Cliff Kennell firefighter, driver, trainer

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Cliff Kennell loves the adrenaline rush that comes with his job. While he’s been involved with sports since he was a kid, just after high school he met a family who loved bike racing. The impact of their role modeling

Mark Neufeld… interviewed by his students

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His own class interviewed him around four themes… Here’s the students’ feedback on the interview http://www.conversationworks.ca/community-school-interviews/institute-for-global-solutions-2016/student-feedback-about-mark-neufeld/

An interview with a member of Canada’s Who’s Who

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Heritage Artist & Community Advocate Member of the Canadian Who’s Who Keeping a friendly dialogue going is important. “That’s the key.” Themes: Finding a good cause Giving hope to the hopeless Overcoming challenges Land return to First Nations

Justin Blanchfield at the Institute for Global Change

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Justin Blanchfield is a Professional Mechanical Engineer living in Victoria, BC. His career is focused on the sustainable development of our communities by minimizing our ecological impact on the environment. Justin has extensive experience in energy conservation and renewable energy

Turning the tables at a conference

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We turn the tables with the audience at CUVic 2016 driving the presentation, in this case an interview with Melissa Hyland. Using our structure, the audience goes deep quickly and Melissa opens up and delivers. Melissa is a former youth

Justin Blanchfield at Bayside Middle School ( 2009)

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One of two Mechanical Engineers on staff. His expertise includes hydrodynamics, thermodynamics, and modelling. Justin?fs involved in the design of water supply systems and outfalls. He is currently modelling the Skeena river in Terrace to design a bank protection system

Matthew Kemshaw: Creatures of Habitat ( 2009)

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Matthew is a passionate community activist who (with lots of his friends) is working with local schools, governments and city park officials to encourage the application of design principles that mimic natural systems and support functional productive ecologies. This means

Community School Interview: Amalia Schelhorn

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Themes: Standing out in your field Creating a vision for yourself Talent is over rated.. How you spend your time Viewing competition in a new way Appreciating our bodies as a gift

Rotary Interview: Steve Sharlow

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A team building process set up by CSInterviews.ca for Oak Bay Rotary. Steve is now a risk management consultant.He previously worked in probation, as well with Youth Gangs and Sex Offender supervision. Themes: Finding the courage to change Finding purpose