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  • 22 Mar 2018 9:07 AM | Anonymous

    Live in the general Portland, Oregon area? Thinking of moving there?

    If so, consider working for Multnomah County:

    Job Announcement

    Position Title: GIS ANALYST
    Pay range: $27.15 - $33.32/hour
    Job Description: If  you are someone who has discovered that "wowing" people with the power of GIS requires technical mastery and you're excited to transition beyond production-oriented GIS and put your skills to the test building tools, data, and applications that empower and excite users, we are looking for you! 
    In this role you will develop and deliver GIS products & solutions ensuring that customer needs are met. You pride yourself on your forward thinking and collaborative approach, and are excited to be leading all aspects of the product development life-cycle (specifications, development, testing, rollout, documentation, etc).

    Deadline: April 4th, 2018

    Full Description and Job Announcement Link

  • 18 Mar 2018 9:22 AM | Anonymous

    Have you ever looked at someone's name in their email signature and noticed they had 'GISP' after it? Ever wondered what that stood for?

    Even if you do know what it stands for, you may not have taken the leap to become one.

    If so, join us on April 20th from 10am to 11am (MST) for a webinar hosted by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI).

    Come learn what that special 'P' stands for and why you should get it. Hear it directly from GISCI's coordinator and get a chance to find out exactly what it takes to be a GISP. Fifteen to twenty minutes will be set aside for your questions.

    Register here.

    Please note, webinar available for paid members only.

  • 6 Mar 2018 10:06 AM | Anonymous

    Kurt Towler is the driving force behind 'Speaking of GIS', a new podcast exploring geospatial topics with folks who work in the trenches. Recently, Christina Boggs, our official spokeswoman, took some time to talk with Kurt. Put your earbuds on and listen to what she has to say:


    Happy Listening!

  • 2 Mar 2018 9:42 AM | Anonymous

    Plotting the Stars: A Celebration of Women in GIS

    Thursday, March 8, 2018
    6:00 - 8:00 PM
    NYCEDC - 4th floor conference room
    (110 William Street, NY, NY 10038)

    In honor of Women’s History Month, Hunter College's Department of Geography will be hosting a roundtable discussion with prominent women in the field of GIS. Panel members will share how they got started in the field, the successes and challenges they encountered along the way, and any advice they have to offer others. Each speaker will introduce herself and give a brief 5-minute talk, followed by a moderated Q&A.

    Confirmed Speakers:

    • Wendy Dorf, GISMO; NY GeoCATS
    • Aileen Gemma Smith, Vizalytics Technology
    • Juliana Maantay, Lehman College
    • Michele McInnes, NYCDCP
    • Lynn Seirup, NYCDCP
    • Jiin Wen, NYCEDC
    • Rachel Weeden, ESRI
    • ...more to be added...

    Please note: This event will be recorded for online distribution through various GISMO social media outlets. All audience members agree to the possibility of appearing on these recording by virtue of attending the event or participating in the event.

    This event is co-sponsored by GISMO and SWG (Society of Woman Geographers) and will be hosted at the NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC).

    RSVP Required by March 4.  Email Amy Jeu at ajeu@hunter.cuny.edu OR complete the online form at http://www.gismonyc.org/events/upcoming/.

    Feel free to tell us about yourself and invite a friend!

  • 21 Jan 2018 10:41 AM | Anonymous

    Hello World!

    Women in GIS has moved!

    Virtually moved, that is. We are now hosting our site on Wild Apricot. It should look and feel pretty much like our old site, but now you'll be able to join our student/professional network and support Women in GIS with a donation.

    Thanks for being a part of our success!

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