We are the
NYS GIS
association
We are the
NYS GIS
association

About Us

The NYS GIS Association represents the interests of the entire geospatial community within NY.

COVID-19

Feb 21: NEW resources added. To contribute, please use the Contact Us form.

Calendar

Upcoming events and meetings within the New York geospatial community.

NYGeoCon

Tentatively scheduled for Sept 20 and 21, 2021.

 

Professions in GIS

Webinar: Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 12:00 PM.

Value of GIS Skills in the Work Place

Webinar: Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 12:00 PM.

GIS Student Project Showcase

Webinar: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at 12:00 PM.

NYS GIS Association News

New Job Added!

New Job Added!

A new job has been added to the NYS GIS Association website. Visit the GIS Job Postings page to view GIS jobs. Be sure to post your job openings with the NYS GIS Association!

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Call for Webinar Panelists

Call for Webinar Panelists

The Professional Development Committee is seeking panelists for their upcoming webinars. Click on the link below to complete the form if you are interested in participating in one of the following webinars as a panelist....

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NEARC MAPPY HOUR APRIL 8!!!

NEARC MAPPY HOUR APRIL 8!!!

TGIF!   NEURISA is having a virtual Mappy Hour on 4/8/21 from 5:30p - 7:30p. The theme of this Mappy Hour is "Resume Review and Interview Skills." We will take some time to go over your resumes, discuss best practices in interview skills, and find some time to...

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GISMO MEETING March 30!

GISMO MEETING March 30!

GISMO MEETING Demo of SPEED Environmental Mapping Portal Tuesday, March 30, 2021 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM (ET) Presented by Lee Ilan Chief of Planning, Mayor's Office of Environmental Remediation Watch and discuss a demo of the Mayor's Office of Environmental Remediation's...

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eSpatially – Geospatial Student Spotlight: Ge (Jeff) Pu

eSpatially – Geospatial Student Spotlight: Ge (Jeff) Pu

The latest post from NYS GIS Association member Sam Wear, “Geospatial Student Spotlight: Ge (Jeff) Pu”, posted March 24, 2021, is available on his website eSpatially New York. "The Mount Morris gravity dam on the Genesee River was utilized as a separation point when...

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