Make sure to mark your calendar for these unique opportunities to network with your peers, help with the community and learn from senior leaders.
To be added to our YPG distribution list for information on upcoming events and programs, or to send us your ideas, please contact email@example.com
Jan. 30, 2015
International Spy Museum, Washington, DC
YPG will participate in the International Spy Museum’s annual Spy Fest, an educational family event where kids and parents get a rare glimpse into the skills and tools used by members of the Intelligence Community through interactive, spy-related activities.
The USGIF YPG presentation and activity, for kids ages 6-11, will include some basic satellite imagery analysis and a “build-your-own” satellite model station.
To volunteer at this event, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Professionals Happy Hour
Feb. 9, 2015
Young professionals unite! As part of the 2015 Esri Federal GIS Conference Feb. 9-10 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, the USGIF YPG will be co-sponsoring a happy hour with Esri’s Young Professionals Group at Lost & Found in Washington, DC at 6:30 p.m.
View the young professionals conference agenda here.
YPG Third Thursday
Feb. 19, 2015
Unlike other YPG events, this is more of an informal, drop-in gathering. But it serves as another way for young GEOINT professionals to grow their network by way of good old-fashioned conversation. The YPG will continue this event on the third Thursday of each month. We’ll rotate to various venues in an effort to accommodate a wide range of young professionals. Please feel free to suggest areas or venues where we should go.
Stop by, have a drink and meet some new people!