Diving with the WKPP, what to expect
Team members that are always happy and available to provide assistance, morning, noon or night (especially at night) are treasured. You will need to become friends with other team members and begin diving with other team members. Gas divers and selected divers are fairly preoccupied at the dive site and thus can not be your primary source for direction or companionship. Your success on the team will be directly related to your ability to harmoniously engage with other team members. Regardless of any past events or cultural differences, a dependable, happy, hard working, team member will always be welcome. In contrast, if we hear someone is not happy with their assignments, has a problem with the assignments that another team member receives, is not helpful and available the entire time on site, is a lousy buddy or is simply not a positive asset to the team, we will ask them to leave. We have too much work to accomplish and risk to manage to simultaneously deal with an unhappy or high maintenance diver.
So there you have it, the ball is in your court. I know joining the WKPP is important to you and expect this will become a reality if you participate as I described above. I sincerely hope your potential tenure with the WKPP is both fun and mutually rewarding.