Opportunities for Students
These mentor programs are sponsored by the GSA Foundation.
Questions? Please visit the GSA Mentors page or contact Jennifer Nocerino, .
- Roy J. Shlemon Mentor Program in Applied Geoscience.
Thurs.Fri., 1011 April, 11:30 a.m.1 p.m. Free meal included.
This interactive and informative program for undergraduate and graduate students, led by professional geoscientists, will cover real-life issues, including professional opportunities and challenges that await students after graduation. Plan to attend both free luncheons to hear different presenters each day.
- The John Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Program.
Thurs., 10 April, 56:30 p.m. Free meal included.
This early evening event presents mentoring opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates, who have an interest in applied hydrogeology or hydrology as a career to interact and network with practicing hydrogeologic professionals. This program is a focused, small-scale event that features free pizza for participants.
Application deadline: 19 February
- The student must be enrolled in an institution within the Southeastern Section and must be a student member of the Geological Society of America.
- The student must personally present the paper (or poster) even though the paper may have co-authors.
- The student must be registered for the meeting before applying for a grant.
Each eligible applicant will be informed before the meeting by e-mail regarding the level of support. The reimbursement check must be picked up in person with your student ID at the meeting.
Additional information may be obtained from Donald Neal, SE Secretary-Treasurer, , +1-252-328-4392.
Deadline to volunteer: 15 January 2008
The local committee and section officers of GSA's Southeastern Section would like to extend the opportunity for free registration to a limited number of students. We rely on student volunteers to help meetings run smoothly, and we are pleased to offer student volunteers free registration for the meeting in return for ~6 hours of volunteer work. Contact student coordinator Bill Garcia, , for more information.