Opportunities for Students and Early Career Professionals
Career Mentoring Virtual Programs
GSA student members can ask career-related questions and learn about non-academic pathways in the
networking with professionals at the Roy J. Shlemon and John Mann Mentor Programs.
GeoCareers Workshop Series
This workshop will feature career planning, an exploration of geoscience job sectors, tips on how to get your résumé noticed and what employers are looking for in new hires, along with information on best practices for crafting a résumé and cover letter. Non-technical skills and Individual Development Plans (IDPs) will be reviewed. Everyone is welcome.
Learn more about mentors and career workshops or contact Jennifer Nocerino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northeastern Urban Award for Non-Traditional Students
Deadline Extended: 1 March 2021
Students are invited to apply for a grant designed to help defray the cost of participating in the Northeastern (NE) Section GSA meeting 14-16 March 2021. Students who work full-time, care for dependents, or are otherwise considered non-traditional may request up to $500 which can be applied to such expenses as: dependent care, meeting registration, abstract fees, GSA membership for two years, and lost wages (if applicable) to attend the virtual meeting. Preference will be given to students in the NE section and those presenting papers, but students from other sections may apply.
Questions: Tahlia Bear, email@example.com
If you like to share your interest, enthusiasm, and experience in applied geology, consider being a GSA
mentor at the joint meeting. Being a mentor is a rewarding experience. To learn more, contact Jennifer
Nocerino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This meeting also offers an excellent opportunity to earn CEUs toward your continuing education
requirements for your employer, K–12 school, or professional registration. The CEU certificate can be
downloaded from the meeting website after the meeting.