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...
The Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard outlined the vision for the service and highlighted the accomplishments of its people Thursday during the State of the Coast Guard Address in Charleston.
MITAGS has received approval, from the National Maritime Center, to conduct Proficiency in Survival Craft – Original and Refresher.
Last year, MITAGS hosted several operators from Japan’s Toyo Shingo Tsushinsha Corporation (TST) – or Toyo Signal Broadcasting Corporation when translated to English - for a two-week US Coast Guard Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) training program in Baltimore, Maryland. TST, again this year, sent several more of their operators for the two-week VTS training program.
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.
The Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) has partnered with Learn America to offer online and blended learning courses. Coupled with MITAGS’ maritime education and training expertise, the new online and blended courses will allow students to reduce time spent on campus, yet still provide the high quality education to which they have become accustomed...