GIS Job & Career Fair

GISMO will be hosting a GIS Job & Career Fair!  This half-day GIS fair will take place on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at Hunter College from 2 to 6 PM.  Hunter College’s main campus is located at 695 Park Avenue.  More details here.

RSVP Required
Job Seeker Registration Form
Exhibitor Registration Form

Target audience: GISMO members, GIS young professions, and job seekers with GIS academic background and proficient skills.

Admission is complimentary with GISMO membership and at no cost to exhibitors!  The event is open to the public, however, if you haven’t signed up and will attend, you will be asked to sign up at the Fair.

Keep in Touch

Veteran GISMO members may remember Zvia Naphtali. Zvia taught a GIS course at NYU, started a user’s group there, and eventually joined forces with GISMO. Her husband, Len Naphtali, worked with GIS at DEP and was also a GISMO member. Several years ago Len contracted Parkinson’s disease and they moved to Israel, where Zvia was from. Zvia is preoccupied with the care needed by Len and really misses her GIS teaching and GISMO friends. If you were acquainted with Len and/or Zvia, I am sure they would enjoy hearing from you.

from Jack Eichenbaum who visited the Naphtalis in Israel in April. Contact Zvia at .

2017 NYGeoCon

For over 30 years Geospatial Professionals from throughout New York State and surrounding regions have been gathering to network, share and discover the latest in GIS and related technology. NYGeoCon is the premier New York State GIS conference. It occurs only once every two years and provides an opportunity for you to obtain training, see timely presentations, attend workshops and find out what your peers are doing. This year’s NYGeoCon will take place on October 17-19, 2017 at the Convention Center in Lake Placid, NY. Visit the conference website for more information.

Environmental PAG

Joy Cytryn and Stephen Metts are spearheading the formation of an Environmental Professional Affiliation Group (EnvPAG). One objective will be to connect with the wide array of environmental organizations active in the NYC Metro Area, ranging from large, national organizations to smaller, local groups with the idea of offering GIS services. For more information, contact Joy at or Stephen at .