Whether you're looking for your first job, considering graduate school, or changing careers, the advice of a mentor can help prepare you for success in today's competitive job market. The AAG has assembled a team of experienced geography professionals, faculty members, and advanced students to provide one-on-one and small-group consultation about careers in a variety of industries and employment sectors. Topics for discussion might include creating resumes and cover letters that will grab an employer's attention, finding jobs where you can put your geography skills and training to work, choosing a graduate program, developing your personal and professional networks, long-term career planning, and more. Career Mentoring sessions will take place April 6-9, each morning from 11:10 a.m.-12:25 p.m. (except Tuesday, 11:50 a.m.-1:05 p.m.) in Mineral Hall B/C, Third Floor, Hyatt.
If you are interested in becoming a Career Mentor, contact us at email@example.com.
Job and Student Opportunities Postings
Each year, the Jobs & Careers Center features job postings and student opportunities in all fields of geography. Attendees can browse the postings during the career mentoring sessions and or at any time during the conference. Employers are also welcome to post printed ads for open positions within their organizations.
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Did you know you can earn GISP credits by participating in the AAG Annual Meeting? Attendance provides several ways to earn necessary points for the “Contributions to the Profession” and “Education” components of becoming a GISP. A workshop on GISP certification will take place within the Jobs & Careers Center on Tuesday, April 7: GISCI & the GISP – An Exploration of Professionalism Early in a Career or Profession (10:15-11:30 a.m. in Mineral Hall A, Third Floor, Hyatt). Prospective GISPs and current GISPs who have questions about renewing their certification are encouraged to attend. Attendance is first-come, first-served.
For more information, visit www.gisci.org.