Featured in the Jan-Feb 2020 edition of Maritime Executive, and written by MITAGS’s Assistant Director of Business Development, Jon Kjaerulff, “Playing the ‘What If’ Game” discusses the hazards of the real world that lurk around the corner while passengers enjoy their idea of “fun” on a cruise ship.
Congratulations are in order for MITAGS’ Captain Jon Kjaerulff who was recently promoted to Assistant Director of Business Development! In addition to Jon’s promotion, several other organizational changes have occurred at MITAGS…
Throughout most of U.S. history, American high school students were routinely taught vocational and job-ready skills along with the three Rs: reading, writing and arithmetic. Indeed readers of a certain age are likely to have fond memories of huddling over wooden workbenches learning a craft such as woodwork or maybe metal work, or any one of the hands-on projects that characterized the once-ubiquitous shop class.
But in the 1950s, a different philosophy emerged…
MITAGS has received approval, from the National Maritime Center, to conduct Proficiency in Survival Craft – Original and Refresher.
The World War II Liberty Ship SS JOHN W. BROWN, following a successful scheduled maintenance visit to a Virginia shipyard, will return to Baltimore Sunday, Feb. 9, and relocate to a new mooring site at Pier 13 on the Canton waterfront at Newgate Avenue.
MITAGS’ Instructor, Christine Klimkowski recently sat down with Women Offshore for an interview regarding her career and mentorship.