Track A: Educators
Track B: Industry
Track C: Administration
Marine/Maritime/Intermodal School or Program (Do’s and Don’ts, How to avoid the Shoals)
Academic outcomes of Marine /Maritime /Intermodal K-12 school programs (How programs improve overall student achievement)
Maritime, Marine Science and Intermodal CTE High School Programs: “State Approval Process and
Curriculum Development Benefits and Challenges"
Role of Marine Simulator Technology in Preparing For The Future: “More Than Just Ship Handling”
Maritime and Marine Science Stem Education Programs: “Schools and Agencies Putting the M in Stem Programs for High School Students”
Maritime, Marine Science and Intermodal K-12 Teacher Development: “Helping Traditional Teachers Understand How Maritime and Marine Science Programs Can Complement Their Teaching”
Industry: Maritime Partnerships: “Partnering to Develop the Next Generation Maritime Workforce”
Overcoming Regulatory Training Impediments to a Maritime Career: “Getting through the Regulatory Pipeline -What Works”
Military Transition to Maritime Employment
"Streamlining and Promoting the Process"
Maritime Industry K-16 School Partnerships “Industry Partnering with Schools to Promote Industry"
Quality of Training: Measuring Effectiveness
Future Marine/Maritime Workforce Needs
Maritime Higher Education K-12 Partnerships
"Working to Achieve Common Objectives and Goals”
Promoting a Diverse Marine and Maritime Workforce: ”Increasing Interest in Underrepresented Communities”
Community Maritime Organization Support
Marine/Maritime Community and Private (2yr) Programs
Navy, NOAA, USCG, Navy League and Government Agency Programs: “Partnering with Primary and Secondary Schools for Education and Career” Maritime Museum, Historic Ship and Education Partners “A Bridge to Maritime History and STEM Education for Public Schools”
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