Coast Guard seeks applicants for boating safety council

The National Boating Safety Advisory Council is seeking applications for 2017 appointments.

The National Boating Safety Advisory Council is seeking applications for 2017 appointments.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association said the council will consider applications for these positions, which will be vacant on Dec. 31:

Two state official representatives for boating safety programs; three representatives of recreational boat and associated equipment manufacturers; and three representatives of national recreational boating organizations or the general public.

The council typically meets at least twice a year at a location the Coast Guard selects. Each member serves for three years and may be considered to serve a maximum of two consecutive full terms.

The application, membership category, a resume and cover letter expressing interest in an appointment are due by May 23.

Contact Nicole Vasilaros at (202) 737-9763 at the NMMA for a letter of recommendation.

For information on NBSAC applications, please contact Jeff Ludwig, U.S. Coast Guard, at (202) 372-1061.


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