14 Mar 2012
Becoming a GEOINT professional can be one of the most rewarding and challenging careers that any young person, or anyone considering a mid-career change, could undertake. From helping solve major national security issues to developing cutting-edge geolocation apps and solutions, there is a wide array of opportunities for smart people looking for a rewarding career in this sector. Directions Magazine and the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation are offering webinar titled “Jobs in Geospatial Intelligence and the GEOINT Tradecraft.” This complimentary webinar, which takes place on March 27, 2012, at 2:00 p.m. (EDT), is ideal for students or recent graduates, as well as mid-career GIS professionals, who are looking at opportunities in the GEOINT area.
This webinar addresses:
What types of positions are being filled now?
What kinds of skills are needed to enter and be successful in the field?
What programs are available if you need training?
Webinar speakers include:
Mike Smith, Director of Recruiting, GeoEye
Emily Cincotta, Technical Recruiter, TASC
Dr. Anthony Stefanidis, Professor, George Mason University’s GIS program
Dr. R. Maxwell Baber, Academic Director, USGIF
Click here to register for the webinar.