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Mike Rodriguez Appointed Interim Director of MITAGS

Baltimore, MD – February 08, 2022 – The Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) announces the appointment of Mike Rodriguez as the Interim Director of MITAGS. “I am pleased that Mike Rodriguez has agreed to take on the day-to-day administration of MITAGS’ academic programs and courses as we begin the process of bringing […]

MITAGS Alum, Captain Kate McCue in the News!

MITAGS Alum, Captain Kate McCue continues to make big waves, pun intended, in the maritime and cruise industries! Captain McCue is the first American female captain of a mega cruise ship, making history in 2015 when she became captain of the Celebrity Edge at the age of 37 years old. She is also the first […]

MITAGS-West Welcomes Ben Sleister

MITAGS is excited to welcome Ben Sleister as our new Program Manager for Marine Safety Programs. Located at our west coast campus, Ben is a great new addition to our team! He will be leading and managing all of our Marine Safety Programs, including the US Navy firefighting/damage control training, civilian/USCG  firefighting programs, and safety […]

Credentials Lost Due to Recent Midwest Tornadoes

From the National Maritime Center: In accordance with federal regulations, duplicate Merchant Mariner Credentials may be issued free of charge to mariners whose credentials were lost or destroyed as a result of recent tornadoes in Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee.  Affected mariners should follow the steps below to obtain an expedited replacement credential: […]