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The Association of American Geographers (AAG) is a scientific and educational society founded in 1904. The AAG advances professional studies in geography and encourages the application of geographic research in education, government, and business. It promotes discussion among its members and with scholars in related fields, supports the publication of scholarly studies, and performs services to aid the advancement of its members and the field of geography. Its 6,500 members share interests in the theory, methods, and practice of geography, which they cultivate through the AAG's Annual Meeting, two scholarly journals (the Annals of the Association of American Geographers and The Professional Geographer), the monthly AAG Newsletter, and the activities of its nine Regional Divisions and 53 Specialty Groups.

Established in 1851, the American Geographical Society is the oldest professional geographical organization in the United States. It is recognized world-wide as a pioneer in geographical research and education. The mission of the American Geographical Society is to link business, professional, and scholarly worlds in the creation and application of geographical knowledge and techniques to address economic, social, and environmental problems. The Society's work serves to increase geographical knowledge and the recognition of its importance in the contemporary world.

Through its landmark publications, the Geographical Review and Focus magazine, and through assorted consulting and lecture services, the AGS excels in presenting clearly and concisely relevant geographical information that can be understood by the general public as well as by professional geographers. It has been noted for pioneering work in exploration and cartography; for amassing the foremost geographical research library in the Western Hemisphere; and for research, mapping, and consulting services for government and business at the highest levels.

The National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE) works to enhance the status and quality of geography teaching and learning. To meet its mission, the NCGE: 1) Promotes the importance and value of geographic education; 2) Enhances the preparation of geographic educators with respect to their knowledge of content, techniques, and learning processes; 3) Facilitates communication among teachers of geography; 4) Encourages and supports research on geographic education; 5) Develops, publishes, and promotes the use of curriculum, resource, and learning materials: and 6) Cooperates with other organizations that have similar goals.

The New York Geographical Alliance (NYGA) seeks to promote and improve geographic education from kindergarten through university throughout New York State. Most of the NYGA's 3,500 members are K-12 teachers, but the membership also includes college and university professors, school administrators, and others interested in the NYGA's mission.

The NYGA is part of a nationwide network of state geographic alliances sponsored by the National Geographic Society's Geography Education Program (GEP). The goal of the GEP is to revitalize geographic education within the nation's classrooms. Financial support for the New York Geographic Alliance comes largely from the National Geographic Society with assistance from the New York State Education Department, foundations and corporations. Membership in the New York Geographic Alliance is free and open to anyone interested in geographic education.

Founded in 1934, the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) is a scientific association serving over 7,000 professional members around the world. Our mission is to advance knowledge and improve understanding of mapping sciences to promote the responsible applications of photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), and supporting technologies.

The ASPRS has officially incorporated the tag line "The Imaging and Geospatial Information Society," as part of the ASPRS identity. This tagline is representative of the Society's "New Vision," as it makes the changes necessary to better position its focus for the future.

The American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM) is a nonprofit association dedicated to serving the public interest and advancing the profession of surveying and mapping. ACSM's more than 8,000 individual members are surveyors, cartographers, geodesists, GIS/LIS experts, and related professionals from private industry, government, and academia. The Association also has corporate members who provide high-quality products and services to the surveying and mapping profession.

ACSM offers members the opportunity to open doors to all the information needed to keep up-to-date on the latest and most crucial issues of the profession.

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The American Planning Association and its professional institute, the American Institute of Certified Planners, are organized to advance the art and science of planning and to foster the activity of planning -- physical, economic, and social -- at the local, regional, state, and national levels. The objective of the Association is to encourage planning that will contribute to public well-being by developing communities and environments that meet the needs of people and society more effectively.

The National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE) was organized in 1914 to promote and improve the effectiveness of education in geography. To meet this goal, the NCGE has established several committees and task forces. The Remote Sensing Task Force was organized to improve geographic education at all instructional levels through remote sensing. The Task Force is interested in promoting remote sensing as a means for students to gain a synoptic understanding of the Earth's landscape and to assist teachers in learning how to apply remote sensing materials and techniques in the classroom. The Task Force is involved in several projects, several of which are identified below. Also, listed below are the members of the Task Force who serve five-year terms.


American Hiking Society.org
Volunteer opportunities related to trail management and conservation.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy.org
Jobs, permanent, part-time, full-time, internships, seasonal, volunteer, PLUS list of related organizations with opportunities.

Audubon Naturalist Society.org
Jobs and internships.

Association of American Geographers.org: Careers in Geography and GIS
Information about career opportunities in geography and closely related fields.

BiologyJobs.com
Jobs related to agriculture, anatomy/physiology, bioinformatics, biotechnology, botany, cell biology, conservation, ecology, environmental science, genetics, marine science, medicine, natural resources, pharmacology, toxicology, veterinary medicine, and zoology.

Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography at ODU.edu
See professional opportunities.

Center for Health, Environment and Justice.org
Sometimes lists jobs or internships.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation.org
About includes careers/internships.

CleanTechies.com

CleanTechRecruits.com Internships for college students to jobs for Ph.D.s.
Engineering, business and environmental jobs in sectors including:
Solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, biomass, biofuel, clean coal, green construction, hydropower.

Conservation Fund.org

Conservation Job Board.com
Jobs in fields related to natural resources including forestry, wildlife biology, fisheries, ecology, wetlands, marine science, environmental policy, environmental education, park management, etc.

Cool Works.com
Summer and seasonal jobs in parks, resorts, ski resorts, cruise lines, ranches, etc.; searchable by state.

Cyber-Sierra.com Natural Resources Job Search

Dauphin Island Sea Lab.org (DISL)
Undergraduate fellowships in Marine Science.

NYS Department of Labor
Job listings and employment information by county in NYS

DevNetJobs.org
International development, health, aid, and environment jobs.

Directions Magazine.com Geospatial Jobs and Career Center

Earthworks.com
Jobs in energy, oil, mining, geoscience, environmental, agriculture, forestry, ecology, meteorology, oceanography, hydrology, soil, GIS and related subjects.

Ecological Society of America.org

EcoEmploy.com > Environment jobs and careers links

EcoJobs.com | Environmental Career Opportunities
Jobs in conservation and natural resource; environmental policy, legislation and regulation; advocacy, outreach & education, science & engineering; outdoor & environmental education; international; and internships.

Eco.org - Environmental Careers Organization

EHS Careers.com
Environmental health and safety jobs.

Environmental Consulting Career Advice [On PM Environmental, Inc.]
Advice aimed toward students. Q&A with advice from professionals.

Environmental Health Perspectives.org
Faculty and other professional positions.

Environmental Leader.com
Environmental and energy management news.

Forestry usa.com
Jobs in all aspects of America's forest and forest industry sectors.

GeoCommunity Career Center.com
Geospatial and GIS jobs and career information.

GeographyJobs.com
Jobs in urban planning, environment, GIS, transportation planning, economic development, geography education and related fields.

Geolounge.com > Eight ways your geographic skills enhance your resume

GeoSearch.com
Recruitment services in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Photogrammetry, and related sciences.

GIS Careers.com
GIS and geography related positions... remote sensing, mapping and cartography, forestry, spatial analysis, more.

GIS Jobs.ca
GIS jobs in Canada

GIS Jobs Clearinghouse.org

GIS jobs and GIS careers Western United States (cccarto.com)
Provides a list/links to other sites on which you find the jobs and career info.

Green Business Jobs (greenjobs.de)
Science, engineering, green management, environmental, internships.

GreenBiz.com jobs board

Green Jobs.com
Renewable energy jobs worldwide.

Green Jobs.co.uk > Bioenergy
Recommended by Dept. of Sustainable Biomaterials at Virginia Tech

Green Job Search.org (same as Green Jobs Network)

Green Jobs Network | greenjobs.net (same as greenjobsearch.org)

GreenWorkNow.com | GREEN = Global Renewable Energy Education Network
Fee-based short-term immersion programs for college students includes projects, site visits.

Huntsman Marine Science Center

Marine Science Consortium.org
"About us" has employment, internships and summer positions.

Mote Marine Lab

National Registry of Environmental Professionals.org

Nature Conservancy.org > careers

NewScientistJobs.com
Biology, chemistry, physics, math & IT, earth & environment, engineering.

Ocean Conservancy.org

PreserveNet (.edu)
Jobs and internships related to historic preservation, natural resource conservation, and related issues.

Professional Services Industries Inc.com
Careers includes college recruiting; internships and after-graduation career; technicians and inspectors, civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, geological engineering, construction engineering, environmental engineering, geology, mechanical engineering, chemistry, natural sciences, other science-related fields.

ScienceCareers.org
Job search and career info and advice.

Sierra Club.org > Careers

Student Conservation Association.org
Internships and SCA Corps; 3-12 months; in huge array of functions, settings and locations, related to conservation.

Sustainability Jobs. org

Sustainability: 11 highest-paying careers in sustainability
[On sustainabilitydegrees.com. Disclaimer: Career Services does not endorse any degree programs. Link is for the purpose of providing career information for VT students.]

Sustainability: How-to guide for students
Student organizations, conferences, events, competitions, involvement, more.
[On sustainabilitydegrees.com. Disclaimer: Career Services does not endorse any degree programs. Link is for the purpose of providing career information for SUNY Oneonta students.]

Texas A&M Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Job Board

TreeHugger.com

Trout Unlimited.org
"About us" has jobs, internships

Water Environment Federation.org
Public information > college students > job bank

Work for Water.org

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