·Complementary student registration ·Lodging accommodations (three to a room) ·Orientation Dinner ·A small meal stipend (7.5 hr shifts only) ·A certificate for your portfolio ·Acknowledgement in PE&RS ·Opportunity to network with other ASPRS members ·Chance to learn more about the geospatial field ·Meet some of the top names in the industry ·Explore job opportunities Student Assistants are required to:
·Attend the SA orientation on Sunday, April 25, 2010 ·Assist at the conference for a minimum of 15 hours during the week ·Be available for the duration of the conference – Sunday, April 25 – Friday, April 30, 2010 ·Arrange their own transportation and necessary documents for travel to and from San Diego How to become a Student Assistant
Submit a cover letter describing
Your interest in ASPRS
If you are a member of ASPRS
Your academic and professional experience in the geospatial field
What you hope to gain from this experience
Include a resume with your mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address where you can be contacted through April 2010.
Send your application package via e-mail to the SA Program Coordinator (include ASPRS SA Program in the Subject Line of all e-mail messages). NOTE: If any of the above are not included with your application package, then your application will not be considered.
SA Program Coordinator Kim Tilley ASPRS Associate Executive Director mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (301) 493-0290, ext. 103