Keep Your Edge! 2019 Spring Aboard - Take A Boating Course National Campaign Webinar
Join us to learn about some exciting changes to the Spring Aboard campaign for 2019.
You'll get the first look at the campaign's brand new website. We'll review the details of our first-ever Spring Aboard contest and talk about what it means to become a featured partner. We'll also go over the resources we're making available - like suggested social posts and our new Instagram account - and how we're making it even easier to help promote the campaign in all the ways that are right for your organization.
Learn how you can help us spread the word about Spring Aboard and how to Keep Your Edge in 2019 - Take a boating course and learn something new.
Spring Aboard: Take a Boating Course is a national campaign to inform and motivate boaters to prepare for the boating season by providing information on how to find and enroll in boating courses of all levels. The campaign runs for one week: March 17-23, 2019. The campaign is sponsored from a grant from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund administered by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Director of Education, BoatUS Foundation
Amanda Pérez has been educating recreational boaters with the BoatU.S. Foundation for nearly 13 years. In her current role as Director of Education, she manages the free online boating safety course, specialized courses, website and other online assets and media as well as the team of developers, designers and project managers who keep those programs running.
Amanda serves on the National Education Standards Panel whose mission is to “Establish and maintain recreational boating education standards to increase safety on our nation’s waterways.” In addition, Amanda also serves on the NASBLA Education and Outreach committee, helping to shape boating safety marketing and education best practices.
A lifelong boater, Amanda has spent nearly her entire career working in the boating industry. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from Towson University and a Master of Arts from St. John’s College.