Fourth Women on the Water Conference

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

November 4 through 6, the Maritime Administration and Texas Maritime Academy will host the fourth annual Women on the Water (WOW) Conference in Galveston, Texas. The Conference will bring together cadets from the Federal and State Merchant Marine Academies and Colleges with professional women who are leaders in different sectors of the maritime industry. The event will be an opportunity for the cadets to learn about the exciting careers that are open to them directly from successful women as well as to hear about current issues affecting the maritime industry. This is also an opportunity for the cadets and professional women alike to meet and network with others in the maritime industry. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for the Women on the Water Conference, or if you have questions regarding the conference, please send an e-mail to womenonthewater@dot.gov.

Who should attend:
Maritime Academy Cadets, Maritime Associations, Ship Operators, Ship Owners, Ship Managers, Seafarer & Trade Union Representatives, Maritime Lawyers, Maritime Academy Representatives and Maritime Industry Representatives.

For further information:
For more information on Women on the Water Conference contact Nancy Chambers at (409)740-4761or Donna Lang (409)740-4408. You can also email womenonthewater@dot.gov

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