Kodiak College is looking to add some new fishing-related courses to its curriculum, and is seeking public input on the matter.
There will be a roundtable discussion on potential vessel repair and maintenance courses that the college would like to offer, and the community is invited to share what they would like to see offered in those classes and what they’d like to learn. The discussion is scheduled for Friday in room 106 of the Benny Benson Building at the college. Starting at 9:30 a.m., all interested shore-based parties and service providers are invited to attend, followed by a discussion with boat owners and crew members at 1 p.m.
The discussions are expected to last an hour and are an opportunity to provide input for making the classes a reality in Kodiak.
For more information, folks can contact the college’s maritime workforce development coordinator, LA Holmes.
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