Education and Outreach Opportunities:
Multi-day training or GIS certificate programs are offered by the following institutions:
The following Connecticut Colleges, Universities, and Institutions offer GIS as part of their enrollment to degree programs:
The community colleges in your part of the state/area may offer GIS courses. You can start here: http://www.commnet.edu/choice/colleges.asp
ESRI Conducts Public Works Seminar:
Training on how GIS technology can integrate and support critical business functions such as asset management, work order management, mobile data collection, capital improvement planning, executive dashboards, and work force management and automation at Department of Information Technology.
The Connecticut Geographic Alliance:
The Connecticut Geographic Alliance is an organization of educators, business people and other citizens dedicated to improving geographic education in Connecticut. Our members include teachers and administrators from most Connecticut towns, geography and education faculty from the state's colleges and universities, and concerned citizens in business and government.
GeoTech Center: The GeoTech Center is composed of many different partners: government, academic, and industry. Funded through the National Science Foundation, which utilizes a National Visiting Committee to provide oversight, advice and to model core competencies for geospatial technicians.
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