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What does CSUM stand for?

CSUM stands for California Maritime Academy (California State University, Maritime)

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PROGRAM A Matthew Bennett California Maritime Academy Carolyn Davis Texas A&M University Samantha Keshner University of Maryland, College Park Darshan Sangani University of Maryland, College Park Adam Sickle University of Maryland, College Park Kevin Wakefield Texas A&M University PROGRAM B (HIGH SCHOOL) Melissa Morello Geneva Community High School Geneva, Illinois PROGRAM B (COLLEGE) Alexander Weaver Pennsylvania State University SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM C Antoine Davis American Military University NDTA ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS NDTA offers three scholarship/tuition assistance programs that are available to NDTA members and their financial dependents.
Today, American mariners are educated at seven maritime academies: The California Maritime Academy, Great Lakes Maritime Academy at Northwestern Michigan College, Maine Maritime Academy, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, State University of New York Maritime College, the Texas Maritime Academy of Texas A&M University at Galveston, and the United States Merchant Marine Academy (N.
Alaways, now at the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo, is confident that there's a difference between the lifts of the two and four-seam pitches.
You'll see bayside industries (a massive wheat silo, a sugar plant, refinery tanks) and the California Maritime Academy.
As the San Francisco/Bay Area A-35 Chapter Representative and National A-35 Vice Chair of Membership, I have been working closely with the California Maritime Academy, and every time I stand in front of these young professionals, I think about two things: what value do I bring to them, and what value are they getting for being members of this association?