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Wright Maritime Group offers students ISS membership

The International Superyacht Society said the Wright Maritime Group is providing students with a one-year free membership in the ISS.

The International Superyacht Society said the Wright Maritime Group is providing students attending educational curriculums relevant to the yacht industry with a one-year free membership in the ISS.

“WMG’s approach to sponsoring young industry professionals with an entrance to the ISS and its global reach opens unique career pathways to build important long-term relationships with top industry influencers,” ISS president Derik Wagner said in a statement.

“The industry is served by mentoring our young professionals to be the next generation of leaders,” Wright Maritime Group captain AJ Anderson said. “WMG is honored to underwrite ISS’s innovative approach to building sustainability in our most important resource — the human factor.”

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