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Students: using GIS a lot? Apply for ESRI conference assistantship!

Attention GIS-loving students!

"Each year, ESRI hosts an international conference in San Diego, California, where 12,000 software users gather to learn more about GIS technology and share their ideas and knowledge.

Through the Student Assistantship Program, ESRI sponsors a number of students to participate in the annual ESRI International User Conference. The next conference will take place July 12–16, 2010.

If you are a graduate student or fourth-year undergraduate student who is currently enrolled in an accredited college or university in the United States and who uses GIS software, you may apply for the student assistantship program."

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