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Join GSA’s Section Meeting Mentor Programs

at the 2014 Section Meetings

Being a Mentor is a Rewarding Experience!

“I have enjoyed volunteering as a mentor and realize the significance of sharing information with students.”
“The students’ questions were thought-provoking and they made me realize what a satisfying job I’ve got. I’d like to do this again!”

SOUTH-CENTRAL NORTHEASTERN JOINT CORDILLERAN–ROCKY MOUNTAIN
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Bozeman, Montana
Shlemon Mentor Luncheon Program:
Monday, 17 March
Lunchtime

Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Luncheon:
Tuesday, 18 March
Lunchtime
Shlemon Mentor Luncheon Programs:
Sunday, 23 March
Lunchtime

Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Luncheon:
Monday, 24 March
Lunchtime
Shlemon Mentor Luncheon Program:
Monday, 19 May
Lunchtime

Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Luncheon:
Tuesday, 20 May
Lunchtime
SOUTHEASTERN NORTH-CENTRAL
Blacksburg, Virginina
Lincoln, Nebraska
Shlemon Mentor Luncheon Program:
Thursday, 10 April
Lunchtime

Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Luncheon:
Friday, 11 April
Lunchtime
Shlemon Mentor Luncheon Program:
Thursday, 24 April
Lunchtime

Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Luncheon:
Friday, 25 April
Lunchtime
 

*** Each event provides a free lunch. For program locations, please ask at the registration desk. No ticket is needed to attend, you may just show up. All programs operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Roy J. Shlemon Mentor Program in Applied Geoscience is designed to acquaint undergraduate and graduate students with careers in applied geosciences. The Mentor's goal is to provide real-world information and insight, based on his or her own career, to which students may not be exposed through their academic experiences.

The John Mann Mentors in Applied Hydrogeology Program provides a forum for undergraduate and graduate students interested in hydrogeology or hydrology as a career to participate in informal conversation with professionals currently practicing in these fields. These programs are relaxed, small-scale, focused events.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor for one of the GSA Section Meetings or have questions about any of the above events, please visit our mentor program pages or contact Jennifer Nocerino, .