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					MICK PEARSON
12307 NE 97th St. Apt. # E Kirkland, WA. 98033 206-713-2149 Mick_Pearson@nols.edu

Objective:

I strive to maintain a positive relationship with customers and coworkers. I challenge myself to work hard and be creative. I want openness and honesty in all interactions. I am flexible, organized, energetic, passionate, committed to growth as an individual, and flourish while working with groups. Education: University of Oregon class of 2000’ Bachelor of Science in Geography. Received a minor in Business, and Environmental Studies.  Graduated with an Outdoor Pursuits Leadership Certificate  American Mountain Guide Association trained as a Rock Instructor and Alpine Guide. Certified Top Rope Site Manager.

Work Experience:
 Vertical World Rock Gym November 03’ - Current/ Contact Lina Senzer 425-881-8826 Lead Climbing Instructor & Outdoor Guide. In charge of all of the instruction that happens inside the gym. I train staff, develop curriculum and teach classes. I have also started the Outdoor Program of the gym. I guide and give technical instruction. Mountain Madness Summer 05’ – Current/ Contact Matt Schonwald 206-937 8389 Professional Mountain Guide. Glacier Mountaineering, Alpine and Rock Guiding and Instruction. National Outdoor Leadership School May 01’ - Current/ Contact Staffing Dept. 307-332-5300 Professional Outdoor Educator and Course Leader- Teaching Wilderness Skills and Leadership in: Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, & Backpacking. Outward Bound Wilderness Sept. 02’ - Current. Contact James Desalvo 509-996-3170 Lead Instructor, Professional Outdoor Educator. I facilitate individual growth and group cohesion in a wilderness setting. Patagonia. Seattle, WA. Oct. 03’ - April 04’. Contact Julia 206-622-9700 Outdoor Retail Sales, open & closing duties. Member of the American Mountain Guides Association Avid rock and mountain climber, enjoy snowboarding Making people smile Foreign Languages (fluent in Spanish) Pursuing an Outdoor Education Masters degree Avid Traveler (extensively through U.S., Europe, Mexico, and South America)

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Professional development
Classes, Clinics, or Trainings:
  Fall 1998. Adventure Education Course. Course focus was on group facilitation skills, initiative activities, and classroom teaching techniques. Winter 1999. Challenge Course Leadership Training class. Gained an understanding of experiential education and knowledge in facilitation techniques, group dynamics, communication, and leadership roles as a facilitator. We also had two days of practice at a ropes course. Spring 1999. Challenge Course Leadership Training class 2. More practice with advanced facilitation techniques. Gained knowledge in debriefing, learned different initiatives and games to use during ropes course days, and planned initiatives for group team building. Summer 1999. Paid staff training for the River House Outdoor Program’s Ropes Course. Spring 2000. Paid staff training for the River House Outdoor Program’s Ropes Course. Paid staff training “High Ropes Course Rescue Techniques”. Skills taught included: cut away rescue, and rescue of a downed climber on a platform. Spring 2001. Took the National Outdoor Leadership School’s Wilderness Instructor Course. This was a huge step in the development of my skills as an outdoor educator. The wilderness course lasted 31 days and was a required training to be an instructor for NOLS. I feel competent with the policies and procedures with NOLS and their views on safety and judgment, wilderness travel, group dynamics, teaching progressions, leadership, and emergency response. September 2002. Pacific Crest Outward Bound School’s New Staff Training. I learned from a new school about outdoor education. Outward Bound qualified me to be an instructor for their school and gave me the opportunity to solidify my skills. I am familiar with OB’s philosophy, course flow, facilitation techniques, policies and procedures, and ways to create growth and change. I now have a broader wealth of information to apply in the wilderness setting. April 04’ - Association for Experiential Education regional Conference. Was able to network with others in the industry, get job ideas, and attend multiple classes regarding better educational strategies. Outward Bound Lead Instructor Training June 05’. Development of assessment and feed back skills. Trainings focus was being able to effectively mentor students and staff during stressful and extended periods of time. Learned tools for creating a structured learning environment to make conscious decisions about course flow. I am now checked as a lead instructor and for Outward Bound Courses.

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March ’06 – GeoTeaming New Staff Training. 5 day training focused on GPS powered Corporate Teambuilding events. GeoTeaming provides events across the country and internationally. After pre-designing a course, the treasure hunt is designed to help cross-team collaboration brings out typical problems corporate groups face during work projects.

Leadership/Instructional Experience:
   Fall 99’ - 02’. Volunteer for the LEAD program at the U of O. I ran initiatives and other team building exercises for students and staff groups at the University of Oregon. Summer of 1999. Volunteer as a Ropes Course Facilitator at the River House Outdoor Program. Winter 2000. Paid Facilitator for the LEAD program at the U of O. Helped with a beginning class where students explored their own leadership style and how they worked in groups. Communication, team building, decision making, trust, and problem solving were dynamics explored in the class. Different initiatives were used to promote group cohesion. Spring and Summer of 2000. Paid staff for the River House Outdoor Program’s Ropes Course. Fall 2001. Have set up different clinics and instructional sessions for people in the community. I worked at an outdoor equipment store and created these community classes in order to promote products in the store and give information to outdoor enthusiasts. I have also been to different schools for presentations on mountaineering, and have given clinics to the public. Winter/Spring 04’. Worked with the Vertical World rock gym developing and implementing an after school/outreach educational rock program. Was able to use experiential education as a tool to create value and construct learning from direct experience. I used initiatives and facilitation techniques to create value and growth each session. I was the head of the program, training staff, creating ideas, and outreaching to parents, schools, community centers and educational programs. Spring 04’ - Current- I have designed my own Introduction to Rock Climbing course for the Experimental College at the University of Washington. I am now an instructor for this college and have taught five introductory class. I have also designed and taught an Introduction to Backpacking Course at the University. I am currently marketing an Outdoor Pursuits and Leadership Studies Program with the University.

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Currently - I work for the Vertical World Rock Climbing Gym as the Lead Climbing Instructor. My role is to develop curriculum, train staff, provide educational classes, and continually evolve our gym with the standards of the industry. I am also using climbing as a tool to promote personal growth and leadership development with Corporations and with our educational programs. I am continually working with staff to help them become better educators. I also have started the Outdoor Section of the Vertical World and have been guiding multi-pitches, teaching instructional classes and managing top rope sites in Washington State. Currently – I work for GeoTeaming as a Geotech. This position lets me help facilitators and course designers keep our geoTeaming events run smoothly and efficiently on event day. Mostly I communicate with participants about technology, problem solving and communicate with other staff about potential learning opportunities within the event. Currently – I have started my own business. An adventure travel, outdoor education, and wilderness guiding service. I am in charge of all the marketing, logistics, advertising, guiding, and administrative duties.

Rock climbing Resume
Leisure:
                  July 1998. 3 days of climbing in Squamish B.C. I Hired a guide for instruction on my first ever multi-pitch trad climb! Also climbed numerous sport routes on top rope. Countless day and multi-day trips to Smith Rock Sate Park. Highlights include: (see next page) Numerous day trips to Flagstone, Oregon. A local crag in the Willamette National Forest. Spring 2000, 04‟, 05‟, 06‟. 1 week climbing trip to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Highlights include: (see next page). March 2001. 4 days of climbing in the Owens River Gorge. Highlights include: (see next page). September 2001. 2 week trip to Yosemite National Park and Tuolumne Meadows. Highlights include: (see next page). June 10th, 2002. A visit to Castle Crags State Park, California. (see next page). September 2002. 10 day trip to Tuolumne Meadows and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Highlights included: (see next page). Jan. 2003 - Climbing experience in Ecuador, La Paz, Bolivia, and San Pedro de Atacama, Chile March 2003 - Climbing trip to Joshua Tree State Park. August 03‟- Wind River Range, Cirque of the Towers, Grand Teton National Park, and Abzorka Mountains (see next page) Sept. 04‟, June 05' - 5 day trip to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area, Leavenworth WA. Sept. 03' - Current - Live in Washington State. Multiple trips to Index, Vantage, Leavenworth, Darrrington, Tieton, Washington Pass, and Banks Lake. Sept. 05' - Climbing Trip to the Shwagunks, N.Y. Highlights include; (see guiding Resume) March 06‟ – El Portrero Chico, Mexico August 06‟ – Mt. Lemmon, AZ. Sport and multi-pitch climbing Nov. 06‟ – Cochise Strong Hold , AZ. Back country multi-pitch climbing. Nov. 06‟ – Indian Creek , UT. Single Pitch Trad Routes

Classes Clinics or Trainings:
 1998 - 2001. Went through the University of Oregon‟s Rock Climbing program. One of the best in the nation, had numerous class sessions with 1 to 3 day outings to Smith Rock State Park. Topics included anchors, multi-pitch climbing, high angle rescue, and lead climbers rescue. May 2001. NOLS Instructor Rock Camp. 11days of training on all aspects of teaching rock climbing. Includes how to effectively manage students in a wilderness setting, effective teaching techniques, Policies and protocols with NOLS, and safety concerns while multi-pitch climbing with students. I was also screened for my abilities as a climber and teacher. I am certified with NOLS to lead students up technical mountainous terrain. August 22nd-Sept. 3rd 02„- Wind River Mountaineering Seminar. A required professional training for NOLS instructors who want to teach rock camps, mountaineering, and back country rock courses. This seminar focused on the proficiency of its instructors and their ability to safely manage students in a mountain setting and on multi-pitch climbs. I came away with a solid understanding of a NOLS progression and safety protocol for this course type. I was also able to climb some hefty peaks in the winds, see highlights. September 2002- Pacific Crest Outward Bound School‟s Rock Climbing New Staff Training. The training gave me an opportunity to explore OB‟s safety and protocol. This training also gave OB an opportunity to assess my abilities as an instructor. Topics included; teaching progressions, assessment of myself and other students, safety, anchor building, lead climbing, top rope sites and how to manage them effectively. May 04‟ - 10 day AMGA Rock Instructor Course. Held in North Carolina. Learned the fundamentals of guiding. Learned new approaches to technical systems. A new thought process when relating to client and safety. Anchor construction, rope station management, multiple client guiding, lowering, and rescue. Spring 04‟ - NOLS 21day Advanced Expedition Alaskan Ice Climbing and Mountaineering Seminar. Was able to climb steep faces and exposed ridges in the Alaskan Range with other instructors. Practiced with mountain travel, technical systems, risk management, and terrain assessment. Am now checked off to work Mountaineering Courses in Alaska with NOLS. Top Rope Site Manager‟s course with the AMGA - spring 05‟. 5 day course. Practiced building top rope anchors, rappel sites, and learned professional standards with managing top rope sites. Todd Vogel, Adam Fox AMGA Top Rope Site Manager‟s Exam - Passed May 22nd, 2005. Currently professionally certified to take clients on top rope days. Outward Bound Lead Instructor Training June 05‟. Development of assessment and feed back skills. Trainings focus was on rock. I am checked as a lead instructor and now may mentor new staff on Outward Bound Courses. Rock Instructor Exam, New Hampshire, September 05' - Did not pass. 6 days of practical guiding with examiners. Came away with a better understanding of guiding systems and their applications during multi-pitching. I am more confident as a rock guide.

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May 06‟ – AMGA Alpine Guides Course as Mountain Madness training. Excellent introduction to the alpine curriculum for the AMGA. Most of the climbing was on rock in Leavenworth and was run by Vince Anderson.

Leadership/Instructional Experience:
 1999-02‟ - Student Instructor for the University of Oregon‟s Rock Program. Led many rock specific instructional classes. Topics included : anchors, rappelling , multipitch climbing, lead climbing and high angle rescue. Each class had a three day outing to Smith Rock. July 2002 - NOLS Wind River Wilderness Course. My first opportunity to set up and manage students in a backcountry rock site with two other instructors. June 2003. NOLS Educator Course. 10 day rock camp held in Leavenworth, WA. An educational course for teachers focusing on how to teach a basic rock progression to students. Topics included; general movement progression, technical skills progression, NOLS protocol, Safety concerns, Rescue skills, Multi-pitch climbing, and lead climbing. Climbs lead with students: South face of Castle Rock 5.8, Canary 5.8, Classic Crack 5.8, & Giblers Crack 5.8. July 03‟ - NOLS three week backcountry rock section in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming. 16-18 year old males. No prior climbing experienced assumed. General rock progression (movement, technical skills, safety) all with a focus on mountain hazards. How to safely set up top ropes, clean routes, rappel routes and multi-pitch climbs were a focus. Each student was able to climb multiple mountain routes safely. Climbs led with students: Raid Peak-grade2 4th class, Nylon Peak-pearl jammed grade 3 5.8, Mid Summers Dome south west face-grade 3 5.9+ (first ascent!). Oct. 03‟ NOLS three week Rock Camp. Held at Smith Rock State Park where myself and two other instructors had 10 fall semester students. This was a front country rock camp. No previous climbing experience was assumed. Our focus was on sport climbing, top roping, general skill progression, multi-pitch climbing and rappelling. Each student was able to leave the camp with a solid understanding of their abilities and what steps they needed to take to continue to climb safe. Multi-pitch led with students: Cinnamon Slab 5.6 2 pitches, Moscow 5.6 3pitches, super slab 5.6 3 pitches, West Face Variation 3 pitches, Wherever I may roam 5.10a 5 pitches. Winter/Spring 04‟ - Worked with the Vertical World to design and implement a 9 week educational rock after school program focusing on team work, body awareness, self-confidence, personal growth and technical skills. I marketed this program to different schools and community centers throughout Seattle. Developed a training program for the Vertical World Staff to teach this curriculum. Spring 04‟ - Current- I have designed my own Introduction to Rock Climbing course for the Experimental College at the University of Washington. I am now an instructor for this college and have taught 8 troductory classes.

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Country Rock Instructor. Taught two different back country courses in the Sawtooth Wilderness area of the North Cascades. One 22 day with 16 to 18 year olds and one 14 day course with adults. The focus of these courses were personal development, adventure and challenge, and technical back country rock and mountaineering skills. Was able to guide, with two other instructors, the Temple grade 2 5.6 4 pitches. Also multiple days of top rope management. Summer 04‟ - Guided 1 client up the Liberty Bell Becky Route in the North Cascades. 5.6 grade 3. Practiced the skills learned during the AMGA course. Summer 05' - NOLS 3 week Rock Camp held in Sinks Canyon, Split Rock, and Wild Iris, Wyoming. Myself and two other instructors had 10 students. No previous climbing experience was assumed. Our focus was on sport climbing, top roping, general skill progression, multi-pitch climbing, rappelling, and rescue systems. Each student was able to leave the camp with a solid understanding of their abilities and what steps they needed to take to continue to climb safe. Currently - I work for the Vertical World Rock Climbing Gym as the Lead Climbing Instructor. My role is to develop curriculum, train staff, provide educational classes, and continually evolve our gym with the standards of the industry. I am also using climbing as a tool to promote personal growth and leadership development with Corporations and with our educational programs. I am continually working with staff to help them become better educators. I also have started the Outdoor Section of the Vertical World and have been guiding multi-pitches, teaching instructional classes and managing top rope sites in Washington State. Areas include Index, Leavenworth, Exit 38&32, Banks Lake, Garfield, Darrington, Mt. Erie and Vantage. May 06‟ – 16 day Nols Instructor Course held at Split Rock and Freemont Canyon. I worked with three other instructors to train and mentor new staff on the policies and procedures for the National Outdoor Leadership School. Topics included: top rope site management, lead climbing, anchor construction, movement, 3 rd and 4th class terrain, multi-pitch climbing, and rappelling. Summer 06‟ – 38 paid days of guiding with Mountain Madness. Please see guiding resume. July 06‟ – Outward Bound Wilderness 7 day Rock Camp. Sixteen to Seventeen year old students starting from no previous experience. Located near Washington Pass. Students were able to multi-pitch. Oct. 06‟ – 3 week NOLS Southwest Cochise Stronghold rock camp. This was a semester course with beginning 18- 20 year olds. Multi-pitches climbed. Moby Dick 3 5.8. Ewephoria 3 5.7+. Absynth of Mallet 3 5.9+. Peaceful Warrior 3 5.9+.

Sport Routes

Smith Rock State Park  5.6 - Easy rider (on lead), Ginger snap ( lead), How low can you go (first lead).  5.7 - Bunny face (lead), Lichen it (lead), Bookworm (lead), Dancer (lead).  5.8 - Five gallon buckets (lead), Hop on pop, Peanut brittle (lead), Jete (lead).  5.9 - Shamu (lead), Revelation (lead).  5.10 a - Pop goes the nubbin, New testament (lead), Irreverence (lead), Cosmos (lead), Wherever I may roam 5 pitches (swap lead).  5.10b - Gumby, Low blow, Barbeque the pope (lead great climb), Nightingales on vacation, Double trouble (lead), Screaming yellow zonkers (lead), Let‟s face it (lead).  5.10d - Moons of Pluto  5.11a- Magic Light(lead), Unamed (lead)  5.11d – Ring of Fire (lead), Zebra seam (lead). Mt. Lemmon  5.11d –Steve‟s Arete Red Rock‟s National Conservation Area  5.10b – Black Corridor  5.11b - Calico Basin  5.12a – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Owens River Gorge  5.8 - Step right up (lead), Alfred hitch crack (lead), China doll, Crowd pleaser.  5.9 - Giveaway **** beautiful arête (lead), Gorge corner, Frank (lead), Cobblers delight (trad lead).  5.10a - Gorgeous ***** classic arête (lead), Carnubator (lead), Tsing Tao (lead).  5.10b - Short but steep (lead), Humbly mumbly jumbly. Yosemite National Park  5.7*** - Snake Dike 8 pitches grade 3. Jim Bridwell route. Half Dome SW face. Airy! Flagstone  5.8 - Scar Face (lead), Hydro tube (lead), Afternoon Delight (lead),  5.9 - Deep Pockets (lead)  5.10a - Clearasil, Morning Desire (lead), Swamp Thing (lead)  5.10b - The Off Ramp (lead), Games Without Frontiers (lead), Walt‟s Wall (lead), Understanding Pinches (lead). Vantage  5.6 - Peaceful Warrior(lead), Choss Master(lead)  5.8 - Clip em or skip em (lead)  5.9 - Ride em cowboy (lead)  5.10b - Steel Pulse (lead) EL Portrero Chico, Mexico  5.10c 3 pitches. Craig Leubben Route  5.11b 12 pitches grade 4. Estrellita, Bad Cop No Donut,  5.11c 6 pitches grade 3. El Sendero Diablo, Silverfish  5.11d XL Puff Sneaker

Trad Routes
Smith Rock State Park  5.6 - Cinnamon slab 2 pitches(lead), Round river (lead), Moscow (lead), Super slab (lead).  5.7 - Old testament, Spiderman 3 pitches (lead).  5.8 - Lion‟s jaw (lead), Rope-de-dope crack (lead), West face variation 3 pitches (lead), Peking 3pitches(lead).  5.9 - Zion (lead), Moonshine dihedral (lead).  5.10a - Toy blocks, Tale of two shitties 3 pitches (swap leads), Karate Crack (lead), Zebra Zion 4 pitches (swap leads), Cruel Sister (lead), Trezlar (lead), Just do it (lead), Sundancer.  5.10b - Hesitation blues, Crack of Infinity (lead), Pack animal direct (lead), King Tut‟s Corner.  5.10c - Calamity Jam  5.11b – Wortley‟s Revenge (lead) Vantage  5.8 - Party in your pants (lead)  5.9 - Pony Keg (lead), Tangled up in Blue (lead)  5.10a - Air Guitar (lead), George and Martha (lead)  5.12a Red M & M‟s (top rope) Index  5.8 - Aires (lead)  5.9 - Toxic Shock (lead), Godzilla (lead)  5.10a – Sagittarius(lead), Princely Ambition (lead) Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area  5.6+ - Cat in the hat 5 pitches (swap leads), Solar slab grade 3 9 pitches 1,200 vertical feet of elevation gain! (swap leads).  5.7 - Tunnel vision 6 pitches (lead), Olive oil 5 pitches (swap leads).  5.8 - Frogland 7 pitches (swap leads).  5.9 - Black Orpheous 10 pitches (lead), Black Track.  5.10a – Dream of Wild Turkeys, the Gobbler (swap Leads)  5.10c - Triassic sands 5 pitches (lead) Tuolumne Meadows & the Sierra Nevada Mountains  Bear Creek Spire, 13713‟. Grade 3 low fifth class.  5.6 - Cathedral Peak, 10,940‟. Grade 3. Climbed the south east Buttress. Mt. Conness, 12,590‟. Grade 3. Climbed the West Ridge, 12 pitches.  5.7** - Lembert Dome. Left water crack 2 pitches.  5.9*** - Fairview Dome. Regular route grade 4 12 pitches (swap leads). Climbed the first 5 pitches and had to make a hasty retreat due to weather.

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5.7 A0 *** - Royal Arches grade 414 pitches (swap leads). 5.8 *** - Higher Cathedral Rock. Brail book 5 pitches (swap leads). Jim Bridwell route. Manure Pile Buttress. Nutcracker 5 pitches (swap leads). Royal Robbins route. 5.9** - Lower Yosemite Falls Area. Commitment 3 pitches (swap leads). Jim Bridwell route.

Castle Crags State Park  5.6 *** - Cosmic Wall on Mt. Hubris (The Ogre). Six pitches (swap leads). Wind River Mountains  Winifred Peak 12,775‟. 4 th class. Mt. Helen 13,620‟. 4 th class.  5.6 - Mt. Sacagawea, 13,569‟. Grade 4, 12 pitches. Climbed to the south summit via West Face. An exceptional climb with the demands of the Winds.  5.6 - Wolf‟s Head East Ridge, 12,163ft., grade 3. An exhilarating traverse along 1,000ft. Of air! A Wind River Classic! Led the entire climb with one other friend.  5.8 - Pingora North East Face, grade 4 10 pitches lead the entire climb with three other friends.  5.9 - Pingora South West Face Right, grade 3 5 pitches. Teton National Park  Grand Teton 13, 770ft. - Petzoldt Direct to Exum Ridge. grade 4, 5.7. Alpine Lakes Wliderness Area & North Cascades  Outer Space - grade 2 6 pitches 5.8.  Orbit - grade 2 6 pitches 5.9.  Prusik Peak - grade 3 5 pitches 5.7.  Chair Peak – grade 3 4th Class, 50 degrees.  Bridge Creek Wall grade 4 5.9.  Colchuck Peak – Grade 2 3rd Class Rock. 40 degrees Indian Creek ,Utah  5.10 – Gorilla, Incredible Hand Crack, Super Crack, Twin Cracks  5.11 – Quarter of a man, thin layback crack(tr) Castleton Tower  5.9+, Kor- Ingalls Route grade IV. Lead the entire route with two friends

ROCK & Alpine GUIDE EXPERIENCE
Smith Rock State Park  Cinnamon slab - 2 pitches 5.7. Have guided it 8 times each with 2 clients. 1999-06‟  Moscow- 3 pitches 5.7. Have guided it 6 times with both 1 and two clients. 99‟ - 03‟  Super Slab - 3 pitches 5.6. Have guided it 4 times with both 1 and 2 clients 99‟ - 03‟  Spider Man - 3 pitches 5.7. Have guided it 8 times with both 1 and 2 clients. 99‟ -06‟  West Face Variation- 4 pitches 5.8. Guided it 8 times with 1 and 2 clients. 99‟ - 03‟  Round River - 3 pitches 5.6. Have guided it 4 times with 1 and 2 clients. 99‟ - 03‟  Where ever I may Roam 5.10a. Have guided it 3 times with 2 clients. 99‟ - 03‟  Monkey‟s Face, Original Route 5.8 A0. Guided in spring 1 friend. 05‟  Zebra Zion direct start. 5.11- 5.10a 4 pitches. Guided 1 friend 05‟. Red Rock‟s Nevada  Cat in the Hat 5.6+ grade IV 5 pithces. Guided 1 client 06‟  Classic Corner, grade II, 5.7 2 pitches. Guided with 1 and 2 Clients 06‟  Physical Grafitti, grade II 5.7 3 pitches. Guided with 1clients 06‟  Solar Slab Gully Right 5.7. guided with 1 & 2 clients 06‟ – 3 times  Tunnel Vision, grade III 5.7. 6 pitches. Guided 1 friend 05‟.  Johnny Vegas to Solar Slab, grade IV 5.7. 2 clients 06‟  Geronimo, II 5.7. Guided with 1 client 06‟  Buela‟s Book to Sunflower, IV 5.8 9 pitches. Guided with 1 client 06‟  Olive Oil, III 5.8. Guided with 1 client 06‟  FrogLand 5.8 grade III 6 pitches. Guided 2 clients 06‟.  Crimson Chrysilis, IV, 5.8. guided with 2 clients 06‟  Black Orpheous grade IV 5.9+ 10 pitches. Guided 1friend 05‟  The Gobbler grade II, 5.10b. Guided with 2 clients 06‟  Prince of Darkness IV, 5.10c. guided with 2 clients 06‟ Vantage WA  Multiple days of various top rope, instruction, and multi-pitch climbing. Leavenworth WA.  Midway - 3 pitches 5.5. Guided it with 1 & 2 clients. 03‟- 06'. 9 times.  Classic Crack - 2 pitches 5.8. Guided it with 1 and 2 clients. 03'- 06'. 3 times  Canary - 2 pitches 5.8. Guided it with 1& 2 clients. 03‟ - 06' 3 times.  Gibler‟s Crack - 3 pitches 5.8. Have guided it with 1 & 2 clients. 03‟-06‟ 4times  R & D - 4 pitches 5.6. Have guided it with 1, 2 & 3 clients. 06' 6 times.  Playing Possum 5.10a - 3 pitches. Have guided it with 1 & 2 clients. 06' 3 times  Gun Rack 5.9 - 2 pitches. Guided it with 1 client. 05'  Condorphamine Addiction – 7 pitches 5.10b. Guided 2 clients 06‟ – 2 times  Outerspace - 5.9 grade 4 7 pitches. Guided 1 client 06‟ – 2 times  Prusik Peak, 5.7 grade 3 6 pitches. Guided 1 and 2 clients 06‟ – 2 times Wind River Range of Wyoming  Nylon Peak, Pearl Jammed, grade 3 5.8 6 pitches. Guided 2 clients. 03‟

 Mid Summers Dome, South West Face, grade 3 5.10a 7 pitches. 3 clients. 03‟  Freemont Canyon – 5.10a 2 clients – 06‟  Lankin Dome – various routes up to grade three 1 and 2 clients. 04‟-06‟ – 4 times Eastern Alaska Range  Unamed Peak, steep snow & rock, grade3 5 th class. Responsible for 2 instructors 04‟  2 day Ridge Traverse, mixed snow & rock, grade 5 5 th class. Guided 2 instructors 04‟  Mt. Gakona summit. 2 days grade 5 5 th class. Navigated ice falls and steep snow and rock. Responsible for 2 instructors. 04‟ North Cascades, WA.  Unnamed Peak, Sawtooth Wilderness area, 4 th and 5th class rock, multiple fixed lines. Responsible for 6 students 04‟  Unnamed Peak, Sawtooth Wilderness area, loose gullies and 5 th class rock, multiple fixed and belayed sections. Responsible for 6 students 04‟  The Temple, Sawtooth Wilderness area, grade 2 5.6. 4 pitches. Guided 8 students with 2 instructors 04‟.  Liberty Bell Becky Route. Grade 3 5.8 5 pitches. Guided 1 & 2 clients. 04‟ - 06' 3 times  South Early Winter Spire. Grade 3 5.6 6 pitches. Guided 1 to 4 clients. 06‟ – 3 times  Forbidden Peak. West Ridge Grade 4 5.8. Guided 1 client. 06‟  Mt. Daniels. Snow route. Guided 5 clients. 06‟  Eldorado Peak. Guided 2 clients 06‟  Dorado Needle. Grade 2 mixed, 5.6 rock. 1 client 06‟  Sahale Peak. Guided 3 clients 06‟.  Mt. Baker. Standard Route. 3 clients. Sept. 06‟  Mt. Oylmpus. Standard Route. Mixed, Grade 3, 5.6 rock. 2 clients 06‟  Garfield Peak Grade 5 22 pitches. Guided only first 12. Guided 1 & 2 clients. 05‟ 2 times.  Glacier Peak. Standard route. Guided with 3 other clients. 06‟  Goat Wall – Inspiration Route. Grade 3 5.10a. Guided 3 clients 06‟. Darrington  Silent Running, 5.9+grade 2+ 7 pitches. Guided 2 clients. 05'  Total Soul, 5.10d grade 3. 8 pitches. Guided 2 clients. 06‟. 2 times  The Kone, grade 3 5.9 6 pitches. Guided 1 client. 05'  Cornucpoia grade 2 5.9 5 pitches. Guided 1 client. 05'  BIg Tree grade 2 5.7 3 4 pitches. Guided 1 client. 05' New Hampshire  Multiple classic trad and Sport routes from 5.6 -5.10a. All for the AMGA EXAM guided multiple clients. 05' El Portrero Chico, Mexico  Will the wolf Survive 4 pitches 5.10a. Guided 1 client „06. Cochise Strong Hold  Ewephoria. Grade 3 5.7+ 6 pitches. Guided 2 clients 06‟

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Moby Dick. Grade 3 ,5.8. 6 pitches. Guided 2 clients 06‟ Absinthe of Mallet. Grade 3, 5.9+ 7 pitches. Guided 2 clients 06‟ Peaceful Warrior. Grade 3 5.9+ 8 pitches. Guided 1 client 06‟

Total guided climbs - 146 Total guided climbs since AMGA instructor Course – 102

Mountaineering

Leisure:
July 1998. Summit attempt of Mt. Shasta, 14,162 ft., via the Hotlum/Bolum ridge. This was a guided trip with Shasta Mountain Guides. It took three and a half days and was the most technical route offered by the company. There was a snow school where I was shown basic glacier travel, self arrest, and rope management techniques. Unsuccessful. It was the guides choice to turn around and it turned out to be a beautiful day. I received a free trip! August 1998. Second summit attempt of Mt. Shasta with Shasta Mountain Guides. Same route, North East ridge between the Hotlum/Bolum glaciers. It took three and a half days. The weather was horrendous and we had no luck. September 1-6th 1999. Successful summit attempt of Pico de Orizaba, 5611 meters about 18,500ft.The route was on the glacier de Jampa, ruta directa (north east side). It was a guided trip with a Mexican guide. Base camp was at 14,000 feet in a cabana. April 7-9th, 2000. Successful summit attempt of Mt. Shasta via Casaval Ridge. I went with 5 other friends and we decided a no rope climb. Base camp was at 10,500 ft. I helped coordinate the logistics of the trip. June 2-5th, 2000. Summit attempt of Mt. Rainier, 14,410 ft. I went with 6 other climbers, Two different rope teams. Our route went from Camp Muir across the Cowlitz glacier to the Ingrahm glacier. We went directly up the Ingrahm glacier then onto the Emmons glacier. We climbed to about 13,500 feet before deciding to turn around because of the weather. I was the head of my rope team and helped plan the logistics of the outing. July 25 -28th, 2001. Mountaineering trip to Otztaler Alpen region in the Austrian Alps. This was a hut to hut mountaineering trip, and my three friends and I successfully climbed three big peaks in the area. Hintere Schwarze (3634m, 11,919ft.), Similaun (3599m, 11,805ft.), and Fineilspitze (3514m, 11,526ft.). There was extensive amounts of glacier travel and route finding. The area was amazing and the mountaineering culture was intriguing. Travel was up to 60 degree ice. January 19th , 2002. Ice climbing trip to eastern Oregon. The weather was cold and my friends and I explored Paulina Falls. There was enough ice on the falls and were able to practiced techniques on top rope with water fall ice (WI5)!!! May 3rd - 5th , 2002. Summit attempt of Mt. Hood (11,239ft) via the cooper spur route. The weather was severe at the Cooper Spur Hut at 7,000ft. We had a window of opportunity and continued up 300 yards past tie in rock. My two friends and I decided to come down after the sun rose because of recent wind loading on the northeast side. The snow would have been unstable during the descent. Next Time! December 02‟ - Mountaineering trip to Cayambe, 5790m., in Ecuador. This was the first of three mountains in Ecuador. Here on Cayambe we camped around 16,000 in tents waiting for a window. We did some rope work and crevasse rescue on the glacier about 1,000 ft up one day. December 02‟ - Summit attempt of Cotopaxi, 5911m., in Ecuador. We hiked from 6 days away to climb the mountain. We stayed at the hut for one day practicing rope work and glacier skills for the climb. We Left early 1am and made it to 500 ft

below summit, past ice cave) by sunrise. There was some recent loading of snow on the final slope so we decided to not go! Jan 3rd- 5th 04‟, ‟05 - Ice Climbing in eastern Washington. Sun Lakes State Park “even cowgirls get the blues” WI5, Banks Lake „”Trotsky‟s folly” WI3, Dutch Henry Falls “ Sundance kid” WI5, Leavenworth “pivotal moment” WI4. Winter „06 - Mixed Ice Climbing, North Cascades. Mixed ice and rock routes near the Tooth at Snoqualmie Pass.

Classes, clinics, or Trainings:
University of Oregon Glacier Rigging and Rescue course. Invaluable practice with crevasse rescue and rigging for glacial travel on campus. Unfortunately, there was no outing to practice on a glacier. U of O Mountain Rescue course. We had a three day outing to Smith Rock State Park. U of O Mountaineering course. 3 day outing. May 19-21st, 2000. Successful summit attempt of the Middle Sister, 10,053 ft. Our route was up the Dillard glacier and southeast ridge and descended the northeast ridge. U of O Ice Climbing course. Extensive amounts of practice with anchors, climbing techniques, and rescue. 3 day Outing to the Middle Sister and crevasses on the Dillard glacier. Awesome experience! NOLS instructor course. May 2001. Spent a week close to the continental divide learning how to effectively manage groups in a mountain setting. Classes included snow travel, self arresting, snow anchors, and rope work. We were also able to climb a 4th class peak, Spiders Peak 10,000ft. Wind River Mountaineering Seminar August 22nd -Sept. 3rd 2002. This professional training was designed for NOLS Instructors to develop their rock and alpine skills. Topics included; snow school, basic teaching progressions, glacier travel, crevasse rescue, ice climbing , and snow anchors. I was also able to climb some ice! Tower 1 Ice Gully. Grade 4 Ice 5, 6 pitches with instructors and students of this seminar. September 2002. Pacific Crest Outward Bound School‟s Alpine New Staff Training. This training gave OB an opportunity to assess my skills as a mountaineering instructor. I learned about how OB runs their mountaineering courses. Topics included; Basic teaching progressions, safety and protocol, snow school, Roped travel, building snow anchors, travel on 3rd and f4th class terrain with students, and assessment. We spent 10 days on the Middle Sister practicing these skills. I have been assessed as a competent and qualified mountaineering instructor and am able to work mountaineering courses for Outward Bound. May 03‟ - NOLS Pacific Northwest Mountaineering seminar. A15 day training in the North Cascades of Washington. This course was designed to introduce instructors to the maritime snow pack, the glaciers of the northwest, and the ruggedness of the north cascades. Skill demonstrated were; NOLS safety protocol, snow pack analysis, route finding, general progression for students, technical skills and protection placement. We were able to traverse the Triad and climb Eldorado Peak. I am now a certified NW Mountaineering instructor for NOLS.  May 04‟ - NOLS Alaska Mountaineering Training Expedition. This was a 21 day Alaska expedition. Five other NOLS instructors planned and implemented peak ascents in the Eastern Alaska range. We were able to route find through many ice

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fields, climb big long ridges and have a two day ascent of Mt. Gakona. The purpose of the training was to get more technical experience on the Alaskan glaciers and qualify to work mountaineering courses for NOLS in Alaska. We also spent three days ice climbing at the toe of the Matanuska Glacier. May 06‟ – AMGA Alpine Guides Course as Mountain Madness Training. Excellent introduction to the alpine curriculum for the AMGA and was run by Vince Anderson. Learned guide rigging for glaciers, rescue, and travel techniques. Our Grand Finale was Colchuck and Chair Peak.

Leadership/Instructional Experience:
U of O Mountain Rescue course. 3 day outing to Smith Rock State Park. U of O Glacier Rigging and Rescue course. Helped students learn the systems for efficient glacier travel. Rigging, glacier travel, route finding, rescue procedures, and crevasse rescue. There was a three day outing to the Middle Sister. (Oct. 2001) June 03‟ - NOLS PNW Educator Course. Two week of mountaineering near lake Chelan in the North Cascades. Our focus was to teach individuals how to educate their students while in the mountains. Topics included; assessment of abilities, safety protocol, technical skill, rigging, rescue, rope work, protection placement, route finding, ice climbing and rescue. We were able to ice climb the toe of the Lyman glacier, have a technical ascent of Mt. Chiwawa and attempt Mt. Maude. Summer 04‟ - Outward Bound Mountaineering Courses. Taught two different mountaineering courses in the Sawtooth Wilderness area of the North Cascades. One 22 day with 16 to 18 year olds and one 14 day course with adults. The focus of these courses were personal development, adventure and challenge, and technical back country rock and mountaineering skills. Vertical World 05‟ - Have taught several technical ascending courses inside the gym. Topics included: Materials, Ascenders, prusiks, and safety. Summer 06‟ – Please see Guide Resume.

Snow Related
Leisure:
Have been skiing and snowboarding since 1985 and have visited numerous mountains in Oregon, California, and Colorado.

Winter 1998. 3 day excursion into Diamond Peak Wilderness Area. I went with a friend and our goal was to snowboard down Diamond Peak, 8,744ft. The trip was on and off-trail travel and the hike in was 9 miles. The trip was unsuccessful mainly because of poor planning. We made it in about 7 miles and ran out of time. It was either snowboard or miss work, besides it was hard breaking trail all that distance! Winter 1999. 3 day snowshoe trip in the Mt. Hood National Forest. This trip was mostly on-trail travel. I took a few people out on their first winter camping experience. January 2001. 3 day snowshoe trip around the rim of Crater Lake. I went with 3 other friends and we hiked in about 6 miles. It was a slow and relaxing trip. May 25th-26th 2002. Successful ascent and snowboard descent of Diamond Peak! We finally did it! After years of dreaming, a friend and I were able to make turns all the way down (1500 vertical). We came in from the west side (easier approach), barely had enough snow, and did it at the right time. June 10th, 2002. Successful ascent and snowboard descent of Lassen Peak (10,457ft), California. Ascended the south ridge and descended the south east bowl. 1,800 ft of beautiful turns!

Classes, Clinics, or Trainings:

Snow Camping 1 course. 3 day outing to the Three Sisters Wilderness Area. Learned the basics of snow camping and how to be efficient, warm, dry, and happy. I was able to build and see many different snow shelters. Spring 1998. 10 day backcountry snowboarding trip with the Colorado Outward Bound School. This trip was located on the continental divide east of Mt. Massive. It was off-trail travel and skills learned include: winter travel and camping, navigation, first aid, expedition planning, avalanche safety techniques, and back country ethics. We also were able to climb the continental divide, 12,000ft., and snowboard down. May 2001. NOLS instructor course. Spent a week near the continental divide camping, living, and traveling in a snowy environment.

Leadership/Instructional Experience:

Avalanche Safety assistant leader. 3 day outing to the Three Sister Wilderness Area for extensive practice in rescue techniques, hazard evaluation, and snow-pit analyses. Snow Camping leader. 3 day outing to the Three Fingered Jack Wilderness Area. Avalanche Safety assistant leader. 3 day outing. Snow Camping assistant leader. 3 day outing. Avalanche Safety Group Leader in 2000. 3 day outing. Snow Camping Co-Instructor in 2000. 2 three day outings because the amount of enrollment in 2000. Winter 06‟ – Vertical World Winter break snow day. I was in charge of 4 children and one instructor. Traveled to Snoqualmie pass.

Backpacking
Leisure:
Summer 97„. Climbed Mt. Berstad in Colorado with friends. It was a 2 day affair and was all on-trail travel.

Summer 98„ - Backpacked the Pacific Crest Trail near Diamond Peak. It was a 3 day ontrail backpacking trip with 3 other friends. We traveled 12 miles all together and climbed Diamond Peak, 8,744ft. Summer 99„ - Backpacking trip into the Olympic National Forest with friends. It was all on-trail travel and took us 4 days. We made it to the base of Mt. Olympus. Summer 00„ - Hiking in the Three Sisters Wilderness Area with friends. Spent three days and reached the summit of the South Sister, 10,358. All on-trail travel. Summer 01‟. - Backpacked around Europe. It was a three month trip and My girl friend and I were able to do some trail backpacking. We spent three days hiking in the Italian Alps near Cortina. We also spent days hiking around in Switzerland. My girlfriend and I hiked for 2 days in and around the Zermatt area. We also spent some time around Interlaken Hiking the canyons near the Schilthorn. January 11-13th ,2002 - I went on a three day excursion with good friends. Hiked on a trail along the Rouge River, Oregon and was leisurely for 14 miles. Dec. 02‟ - 10 day trek across the paranimo in the altiplano of Ecuador. It was a self supported trip with three other friends. Our goal was to walk six days across Ecuador to climb Mt. Cotopaxi. Feb. 03‟ - 5 day Trek in Bariloche, northern Patagonia. Self supported bush-wacking adventure with 6 other friends. We were able to hike to the Frey, a famous climbing area. Feb. 03‟ - 6 day self supported trek in Patagonia with 6 other friends. Hiking up a ridge next to the Fitz Roy, and going to the toe of the glacier near Cerrro Torre were highlights. Feb. 03‟ - 6 day trek in Parque Nacional de Torres del Paine. I went with six other friends and hiked the full W of the park!!

Classes, Clinics, or Trainings:
Spring 98‟. Backpacking 1 class. 3 day outing to the Willamette National Forest. All on trail travel. It was a very strenuous trip, 24 miles. Fall 99‟. Backpacking 2 class. 3 day outing to the Willamette National Forest. It was all non-trail travel. Spring 01‟. NOLS instructor course. Spent three weeks hiking in the Wind River Range of Wyoming. Gained valuable knowledge with NOLS policies and protocols, managing students in a wilderness setting, extended wilderness travel, river crossings, teachable moments, environmental education, logistics, cooking, leadership, and my own teaching style.

Leadership/Instructional Experience:
Fall 00‟. Backpacking 2 Group Leader. Responsible for 7 students and 1 other leader in the Willamette National Forest. The trip was all non-trail travel and the conditions were harsh on this trip. It rained and snowed the entire outing. Wilderness Survival Outings. Have helped numerous times showing beginning backpacking students how to use their compass, basic hiking techniques and

navigational skills. Fall 01‟. Proctor for the backpacking 2 outing. I was responsible for the group leaders who led the entire group making sure no one became lost, injured, or in danger. It was an all off trail trip for 3 days with 24 students. July 2002. Wind River Wilderness Course. My first employment opportunity with NOLS. I spent 28 days with students the age of 16 & 17 backpacking through the Wind River Wilderness. There were two other instructors with me. We were in charge of the development and safety of these students. They were taught a variety of skills including; Wilderness Travel, Safety, LNT, Camping and Cooking, Environmental Ethics, and Natural History. By the end, our students were proficient enough to have a three day student led expedition. Spring 05‟/06‟ – Have developed and taught an introductory backpacking course for the experimental college at the University of Washington. Course topics are similar of the NOLS progression.

First Aid
Classes, Clinics, or Trainings:
First Aid in Outdoor Emergencies. Spring 99‟ through the U of O. Received my First Responder certification. 2 day field outing, practicing wilderness first aid. Wilderness First Responder class. Held at the U of O. April - May 2001. I was almost finished with the course when NOLS called for the instructor course. I did not complete the WFR certification. I am currently a Wilderness First Responder. I took my first WMI course at Portland State University March 23-31st, 2002. I took a WMI Wilderness First Responder Recertification November 2003 April 06‟. Mt.. Hood Community College. WFR Recertification. Current until 08‟.

Water Related
Leisure:
Summer 1993. South Fork of the American River. All class 3‟s and was a guided raft trip. Just 1 day. Summer of 1997. Royal Gorge Colorado. The Arkansas River. Class 3‟s and 4‟s and was

a guided trip. 1 day. July 2000. 2 day Sea Kayaking trip with my girlfriend. It was our first sea kayaking experience. We explored Lopez and Orcas Islands in the San Juan Islands, Washington. Oct- 04‟ - 10 day Flat Water Canoe Trip in the Boundary Waters of Minnesota. As a bachelor party, 4 friends and I had successful expedition through the park. I learned canoe skills from the Voyager OB School. August 05‟ - 7day self supported rafting trip of the South Fork of the Salmon River. It was a friends honeymoon and an amazing journey.

Classes, Clinics, or Trainings:
Kayaking 1 class. Proficient in the eskimo role, and have a basic understanding of river reading techniques. One day outing to the Willamette River for class 1 and 2 rapids. There was one class three rapid, scary for me! June 04‟ - Outward Bound Canoe Instructor Training. 4 day course designed as an introduction to the skills needed to be an effective instructor on flat water. Held at Ross Lake, focus was on strokes, maneuvering, management of students, course area history, and rescue.

University of Oregon Outdoor Pursuits Leadership Training Program Class Requirements:

Professional Development Courses:
PEOL 285 Wilderness Survival PEOL 451 Adventure Education PEOL 455 Principles of Outdoor Leadership PEOL 453 Environmental Education credits PEOL 393 First Aid in Outdoor Emergencies credits Fall 97’ Jim Blanchard B 3 credits Fall 98’ Michael Strong A 3 credits Winter 99’ Jim Blanchard B 3 credits Spring 99’ Michael Strong A 3 Spring 99’ Jim Blanchard Pass 3

Skills Courses: (Includes Wilderness and Backcountry Travel, Climbing and Rescue, Snow-based, and Water-based Courses)
PEOL 292 Snow Camping Preparation Winter 98’ ??? Pass non-credit PEOL 371 Snow Camping 1 Outing Winter 98’ ??? Pass 1 credit PEOL 286 Backpacking Preparation Spring 98’ Sara Pass 1 credit PEOL 351 Backpacking 1 Outing Spring 98’ Sara Pass 1 credit PEOL 251 Rock Climbing 1 Summer 98’ Michael Strong Pass Non-Credit PEOL 291 Rock Climbing 2 Preparation Fall 98’ Michael Strong Incomplete for credit. Received credit after I attended a later outing. 1 credit. PEOL 252 Rock Climbing 2 Outing Fall 99’ Steve Oxenford Pass 1 credit PEOL 352 Backpacking 2 Outing Fall 98’ Jim Blanchard Incomplete for credit. Completed--Fall 99’ “ “ “ “ Pass 1 credit PEOL 399 Glacier Rigging and Rescue Fall 99’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEOL 290 Mountain Rescue Preparation Fall 99’ Jim Blanchard Pass 1 credit PEOL 364 Mountain Rescue Techniques Fall 99’ Jim Blanchard Pass 1 credit PEOL 199 High Angle Rescue Preparation Winter 00’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEOL 366 High Angle Rescue Outing Winter 00’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEOL 288 Mountaineering Preparation Spring 00’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEOL 261 Mountaineering Outing Spring 00’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEOW 261 Kayaking 1 Spring 00’ Ed Fridette Pass 1 credit PEOL 363 Ice Climbing Fall 00’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEOL 399 Lead Climber Rescue Spring 01’ Michael Strong Pass Non-Credit

Field Leadership Experience:
PEPE 409 Avalanche Safety Assistant Leader (classroom & outing) Michael Strong “ “ “ Winter 99’ Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Snow Camping Assistant Leader Winter 99’ Eric Eisenburg Pass 1 credit

PEPE 399 Challenge Course Leadership Winter 99’ Jen Strong Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Challenge Course Leadership 2 Spring 99’ Jen Strong & Nancy Heapes Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Avalanche Safety Assistant Leader Winter 00’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Snow Camping Assistant Leader Winter 00’ Chris Culver Non-Credit Student (volunteer) PEPE 409 Rock Climbing 1 Assistant Leader Winter 00’ ??? NCS PEPE 409 Wilderness Survival Assistant Instructor Summer 00’ Jim Blanchard NCS PEPE 409 Assistant Instructor for LEAD program Winter 00’ Nancy Heapes NCS PEPE 409 Rock Climbing 1 Assistant Leader Spring 00’ Ryan Ojerio NCS PEPE 409 Rock Climbing 1 Assistant Leader Fall 00’ Steve Oxenford Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Rock Climbing 2 Assistant Leader Fall 00’ Steve Oxenford Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Backpacking 2 Group Leader Fall 00’ Jim Blanchard Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Mountain Rescue Assistant Leader Fall 00’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Rock Climbing 1 Co-Instructor Winter 01’ Gabe Hockema Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 High Angle Rescue Assistant Leader Winter 01’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Avalanche Safety Assistant Leader Winter 01’ Michael Strong Pass 1 credit PEPE 409 Snow Camping Co-Instructor Winter 01’ Ryan Ojerio Pass 1 credit PEOL 341 Intro. to Lead Climbing Assistant Leader Spring 01’ Steve Oxenford NCS PEOL 293 Rock Climbing 2 Assistant Leader Spring 01’ Steve Oxenford NCS PEOL 361 Mountaineering Assistant Leader Spring 01’ Michael Strong NCS PEOL 493 Wilderness First Responder Assistant Spring 01’ Rescue Training Inc. NCS PEOL 399 Glacier Rigging & Rescue Assistant Leader Fall 01’ Michael Strong NCS PEOL 352 Backpacking 2 Group Leader Fall 01’ Jim Blanchard NCS PEOL 252 Rock Climbing 2 Assistant Leader Fall 01’ Steve Oxenford NCS PEOL 455 Principles of Outdoor Leadership Field Instructor Winter 02’ Jim Blanchard NCS

Wilderness Survival practicum credit hours:
Fall 98’: classroom tutoring session (2 hours) Spring 98’: Outing Leader (6 hours) Spring 99’: Outing Leader (6 hours)

Winter 00’: Outing Leader (6 hours) Winter 00’: Classroom tutoring session (2 hours) Summer 00’: Classroom Assistant Instructor with Dustin Dawson. Attended each class and helped with the six hour outing. Fall 00’: Outing Leader (6 hours) Winter 01’: Outing Leader (6 hours)


				
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