Think "classroom" means a rectangular room with four walls on dry land? Think again, mates, and ready your sea legs. This summer you can study with an experienced sea captain, learning how to operate and navigate a boat and sail the waters of New York harbor and Long Island Sound! Along the way, visit professionals working in the field as you explore the various career options that exist at sea. There is some of that dry-land classroom stuff...but you get four transferable college credits for it. Ship ahoy!
ALL eligible students will take MT 46: Coastal Piloting and Seamanship:
This college-level course introduces students to nautical chart work, coastal piloting, and the principles of general seamanship. Coastal piloting topics include: the marine compass, nautical charts, piloting, tides and currents, position determination, navigational aids, and electronic navigation.
Monday through Thursday
9:00am to 3:30pm
- You must be a New York City public high school student entering 12th grade in September 2015;
- Have a grade point average of 75% or higher;
- Submit an application with an essay explaining why they want to be in the program and a parental consent form approving participation and travel to trip locations
For more information on this program please contact the staff at Kingsborough Community College Now.