Capitol Technology University Partners with Safely2Prosperity for Education in Emergency Preparedness and Response

Capitol Technology University is pleased to announce a new partnership with Safely2Prosperity, establishing a strategic alliance to promote opportunities for education and careers in emergency preparedness and response. On Tuesday, October 18th, President of Capitol Technology University Dr. Bradford Sims and CEO of Safely2Prosperity John Covender formalized this agreement during an official MOU signing ceremony at the Capitol Technology University campus located in Laurel, MD.   

Capitol Tech and S2P MOU Signing


Capitol Technology University is a STEM-focused university that recognizes the major role that technology plays in everyday life. Offering unique degrees that explore technology use in management, occupational safety and health, intelligence and global security, healthcare cybersecurity, and many others, Capitol Tech prepares students for successful careers in these emerging fields. In response to the growing need for emergency responders, Capitol Tech developed the Ph.D. in Emergency and Protective Services, which prepares students for the emergency response requirements for small- and large-scale disasters while mitigating risks to life, property, and the environment.  

Safely2Prosperity is an innovator of technology solutions for healthcare and infectious disease risk management. They use technology solutions to help companies manage workplace health such as employee vaccinations, therapeutics, testing, quarantines, and exposure tracking. In today’s environment, Safely2Prosperity offers forward-thinking support of crucial health and safety efforts in the workplace. 

Capitol Tech and S2P MOU Signing


Within this partnership, Capitol Tech and Safely2Prosperity will collaborate on the creation of educational pathways to undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees and certificates related to emergency preparedness and response. Additionally, the organizations will engage in dissertation/research opportunities, S2P product training as well as contributions to communications such as podcasts, webinars, and blogs. 

Strategic partnerships like these allow for the development of new ideas, collaboration on mutual initiatives, and sharing of resources that will benefit students and alumni of the university.   

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