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Women on the Water

The following are the bylaws of the GLMA WoW group:

Mission Statement

To promote professionalism, friendship, and pride in our choice of occupation; preparing future mariners for the maritime industry, forming an industry-wide network and sense of camaraderie.


  1. Membership in WoW is open to the maritime community and does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, marital status, politics, religion or sexual preference.
  2. There is an annual membership fee, proceeds of which support the local chapter. Members may resign at any time by notifying the President.
  3. Benefits of membership include participation in professional development events, meetings and group activities.

Officers and Meetings

  1. Officers of this organization, with the exception of the President (appointed in the Spring, generally the previous Vice President) will be elected Fall semester.
  2. WoW members in good standing will vote democratically to elect new officers every year.
  3. Meetings will be held according to the specifications set by the President and advisor.
  4. A point system is in place to encourage members to be active.
  5. Meetings for The Women on the Water and Propeller Club Port 150 groups alternate every other Friday(s) at GLMA: WoW @ noon in room 211, PCP150 @ 12:15 p.m. in room 211. For example, WoW will meet Friday, October 4th then the 18th, while PCP150 will meet October 11th and 25th.


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