Building Our Community: Ships. Sailors. Students.
Thank you to everyone that attended the 49th Annual Conference on Sail Training and Tall Ships and our Crew Resource Days. The content will remain available on the platform for all registered attendees to revisit until March 15th. Just use the log in and password you created to attend the conference.
If you would like to view our annual awards ceremony, you can view it here. Be sure to congratulate all of our award winners!
You can view the agenda for the Annual Conference on Tall Ships and Sail Training by scrolling to February 8 and 9. View the agenda for Crew Resource Days by scrolling to March 1 and 2.
Welcome to the inaugural Tall Ships America Mentorship Program. We want to help you move forward in your professional sailing career. This is open to all current Tall Ships America members. Not a member? Become one now!
The mentorship program helps Tall Ships America members as they navigate the requirements needed for an original license, to renew for the first time, upgrade their license, or apply for a medical certificate.
Acting as a guide to the real world, mentors have the opportunity to encourage and advise mentees by sharing their own experiences and knowledge of the maritime industry. This creates a culture of continuous learning, individual development and knowledge transfer.
The Tall Ships America Mentorship Program is a three to four month long professional development opportunity for individuals. In this inaugural year, mentees are paired with mentors who they feel is a best fit for them and will help guide them through the licensing process and testing.
Mentors and mentees will meet once a month for 1 hour, either virtually or face to face, and report back to the oversight committee. Mentees and Mentors are expected to spend at least one hour per month meeting with one another via in person, phone call, or video meetings such as zoom. We will have an all-hands meetings (one for the mentors and one for the mentees) at the three month mark to check in, share successes, and discuss challenges.
Missed the deadline for application? We are planning to offer this program twice a year so stay tuned for the next open round of applications.