William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business Delivers Advanced Business Training Opportunities to Port of Virginia Leaders [Free read]

Employees from Global Maritime Steward Can Upskill through Working Professionals MBAs and Business Certificate Programs

The corporate partnership between the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and the Port of Virginia grants employees from the fifth largest port in the U.S. access to William & Mary’s world-class faculty, applicable and real-world learning opportunities, and the ability to upskill through professional MBA and business certification programs. In return, the Mason School benefits from building relationships with the Port’s team of expert professionals who account for nearly 10 percent of the state’s workforce.

Cathie Vick

Cathie Vick, who serves as the Chief Development and Government Affairs Officer, says the symbiotic relationship between the Port and the Mason School has strengthened over the last several years bringing added benefits to both organizations.

“We hosted a two-week long Sprint Exercise where teams of MBA students…

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