Mr. Beaudoin has worked in the forestry industry for over 25 years as a self-employed logger. Stating that there are career opportunities available for qualified equipment operators and self-motivated conventional loggers, Mr. Beaudoin also says that it takes a “professional attitude with a focus on quality, a strong work ethic and integrity” to be successful in the Forestry industry. Mr. Beaudoin also suggests that students in the Forestry Program keep the following in mind:
Trying and failing is better than not trying at all.
Anything worth doing takes patience and practice.