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The purpose of the Tacoma Tideflats Certification Program is to build a “pipeline” for Tacoma students to fill entry-level employment positions with the network of businesses and industries associated with commerce generated through the Port of Tacoma.
The program delivery model is for 24 high school students to attain industry recognized certifications through preparatory training in three career pathways with opportunities for livable-wage, in-demand employment: 1) Transportation, Automated Warehousing and Logistics, 2) Merchant Marine, and 3) Environmental Protection.
Moving trade goods across international waters on commercial vessels is the function of the Merchant Marines. Merchant Mariners serve on teams to safely navigate and operate sophisticated propulsion systems. United States Merchant Mariner Credentials are accredited and registered through the United States Coast Guard for Merchant Marines serving on commercial vessels with home ports documented in the United States.
The moving, shipping and receiving of goods is the catalyst of the maritime industry and strategically positions Tacoma as a regional distribution center for trading partners of Pacific Rim countries. Trade goods are imported and exported through Tacoma’s shipping terminals via rail and trucking connecting customers to businesses across North America with the rest of the world.
Planning for industrial activities and impacts adjacent to sensitive natural areas is integrated into job responsibilities of industries charged with meeting the increasing demands of a growing human population. People locate in the northwest to access viable employment opportunities and to live in a beautiful natural environment. Responsive development is the essence for managing resources for high quality living conditions.
Henry Foss High Schooland Training Sites
Orientation Day and US Coast Guard ApplicationsJuly 9th - 11th
Port of Seattle TourJuly 12th
Port of Tacoma and Private Enterprise TourJuly 23rd
Transportation, Automated Warehousing and LogisticsJuly 24th - 26th
Merchant Marine + Basic Safety TrainingJuly 30th - Aug. 4th
Environmental ProtectionAug. 6th - 9th
OSHA & Forklift CertificationJuly 16th - 19th
Portfolio CompletionAug. 14th - 16th
Completion CelebrationAug. 16th
John Page, Directorjpage@tacoma.k12.wa.us
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