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MITEC names new board members

The Marine Industry Training and Education Council, based in Brooklin, Maine, recently announced the appointment of several new board members.

These include David S. Veech, executive director of the Institute for Lean Systems in Louisville, Ky.; Neal B. Harrell, founder and president of Brooks Marine Group in Wilmington, N.C.; and Susan Swanton, executive director of the Maine Marine Trades Association in Augusta, Maine.

Representing key segments of the marine and education communities, the MITEC board provides industry guidance in the areas of education, training and professional development.

To learn more about MITEC and careers in the boating industry, visit www.boatingcareerinfo.org. You can also visit MITEC's social networking site at www.marinelear.ning.com.

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