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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Maritime High School
Grand Opening Celebration

November 9, 2021 | 4:30 PM–5:30 PM (PST) | Virtual

Join us virtually on Tuesday, November 9, to celebrate the opening of Maritime High School as a community. Hear from Principal Tremain Holloway, students, partners, and elected officials about the goals and vision of this new school. More program details will be announced soon!

Please RSVP to help us plan.

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Careers in Maritime

Webinar and Panel Q&A Speakers

Ebony Welborn – Co-founder of Sea Potential
Savannah Smith – Co-founder of Sea Potential
Juhi LaFuente – Lab Manager/ Research Assistant
Nam Siu – Area Habitat Biologist
Karina Martija-Harris – Community and Events Coordinator
Noelle Yochum – Lead Conservation Engineer at Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Allison Demmert – 100 Ton Captain
Adam Beba – Naval Architect and Merchant Mariner
Joe Trump – Lieutenant, United States Coast Guard

Maritime High School Partner Organizations

Highline Public Schools
Highline Public Schools serves approximately 18,000 students grades K-12 in the communities of Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac and White Center in Washington State.

Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition
DRCC elevates the voice of those impacted by the Duwamish River pollution and other environmental injustices to advocate for a clean, healthy, and equitable environment for people and wildlife. They promote placekeeping and prioritize community capacity and empowerment.

Port of Seattle
Founded in 1911 by a vote of the people as a special purpose government, the Port of Seattle's mission is to promote economic opportunities and quality of life in the region by advancing trade, travel, commerce and job creation in an equitable, accountable and environmentally responsible manner.

Northwest Maritime Center
The mission of the NWMC is to engage and educate people of all generations in traditional and contemporary maritime life, in a spirit of adventure and discovery. in service to the local community and maritime industry, but mostly because regardless of the subject, the sea is the most powerful teacher we know.