Hey guys! My name is Stephen or in my outdoor Profession Scooby/Scuba!.
I'm currently living in a place called Lake Eildon which is located in Victoria Australia in the north east region. This place is where I work and is quite beautiful with the massive lake and surrounding hills. Lake Eildon has a major influence on the region of Victoria as it supplies water to the whole of Victoria through river systems that go through the Murray river (Which supplies our farmers with water). Lake Eildon is also home to Outdoor Education Group which is who I work for.
My profession is being an Outdoor Educator which means I teach students in the outdoor through various activities such as bush walking, mountain bike riding, rafting and canoeing. Some areas that I teach the students include camp craft (basic camping living), living in a small community, group leading, challenge by choice/ accepting challenge, environmental connection and tying it together with transferable skills/knowledge that each student can take with them that can hopefully assist than for years to come. I'm looking forward to working with CCB for the Summer and can wait to meet the campers!.
What is your favorite hobby/sport/thing to do during your free time?: In my spare time generally like to be active in some way whether it be running, mountain bike riding or playing soccer.
What are you most proud of/biggest achievement in life so far?: Getting nominated for Rookie of the year at my Outdoor Education Company OEG (Outdoor Education Group).
What are you most looking forward to about CCB?: I'm looking forward to coming back to CCB for 2020, and seeing some familiar faces and locations as well as meeting the campers!.
What impact are you most excited to make this year at CCB?: I'm looking to get the campers excited about exploring the outdoors through various locations in the Pisgah National park and getting the to step out of their comfort zones.
What is your favorite quote?: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” Mother Teresa