Mentor Programs

Sponsored by
AWG Subaru
Women in Geology

Sponsored by Subaru and the Association for Women Geoscientists
Sun., 31 Oct., 5:00 –6:30 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Denver, Centennial Ballroom A

A mentoring program which will address the issues faced by women in geology. This informal gathering begins with remarks from a few key speakers; including, Kateryna Klochko (GSA's Subaru Outstanding Woman in Science Award winner), Lori Eversull (Vulcan Materials), and Mary Anne Holmes (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) along with our Emcee, Sara Welna (AWG President). The speakers will be followed by time for networking, sharing ideas, and getting to know other women geoscientists and geosciences educators.

Reception, with appetizers provided.

 

Sponsored by
GSA Foundation
Geology in Government

Sponsored by the GSA Foundation
Mon., 1 Nov., 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Colorado Convention Center, Four Seasons Ballroom 1

This popular program features a FREE lunch for undergraduate and graduate students with a panel of mentors representing the Wisconsin Geological Survey, NASA, NSF, NPS, USGS, OSHA, and the GSA Congressional Science Fellowship. These mentors will answer questions, offer advice about preparing for a career in government, and comment on the prospects for current and future job opportunities with their agencies.

Make sure you arrive early; space is limited.
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Sponsored by
ExxonMobil SEG
Alpha Natural Resources
Rio Tinto Chevron
Geology in Industry

Sponsored by Chevron, Rio Tinto, Alpha Natural Resources, ExxonMobil and the Society of Economic Geologists through the GSA Foundation
Tues., 2 Nov., 7:00 a.m.–8:30 a.m.
Colorado Convention Center, Four Seasons Ballroom 1

This mentor program, which features a FREE breakfast for undergraduate and graduate students, has a panel of mentors representing Chevron, Rio Tinto, Alpha Natural Resources, ExxonMobil, CH2M Hill, Western Mining and Ames Construction. These mentors will answer questions, offer advice about preparing for a career in industry, and comment on the prospects for current and future job opportunities with their companies.

Make sure you arrive early; space is limited.
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John Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Program

This program underwrites the cost for 25 students to attend the Hydrogeology Division Luncheon and Awards Presentation and meet some of geoscience’s most distinguished hydrogeologists. Students eligible for this honor are those who have (1) indicated a professional interest in hydrology / hydrogeology on their GSA membership application, and (2) registered for the Annual Meeting by 27 September. The first 25 students who respond to an e-mail invitation based on these criteria will receive FREE tickets for the luncheon (we anticipate sending the invitation on 28 Sept.).
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