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GIS courses at Rio Hondo College

Passing along from Warren Roberts:

Spring semester starts first week in February at Rio Hondo College. Course offerings can be located by clicking on this link.

Given a majority of our students are working, our courses conveniently scheduled in late afternoon & evenings. We work closely with our civil and engineering course schedule […]

eGIS Committee Meeting Agenda – January 19, 2016

The agenda for today’s eGIS committee meeting is attached here: eGIS meeting notice and Agenda – January 19, 2016

We will be voting on adopting the GIS Strategic Plan for the next three years, seeing a couple of GIS demonstrations from the Sheriff and ISD, and discussing a number of data […]

Block Boundary Suggestion Project – Meeting February 18

Hello everyone – Census 2020 geographic activities are starting – the meeting below is the first of these, and will focus on creating/updating Census Blocks, which is the smallest geographic unit of the Census. There are 8 meetings across the state, but the meeting in LA County will be on Febuary 18th.

Thursday, February 18 […]

GIS Aide – City of Thousand Oaks

The City of Thousand Oaks is currently accepting applications for a part-time, hourly Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Aide in the Public Works Department.

See full listing here

Salary: $18.36 per hour

This hourly, at-will position involves working approximately 15 – 18 hours per week, and will not exceed 1,000 hours per fiscal […]

GIS Projects for high school and college students

Palos Verdes on the Net (http://www.PVNet.com) has a couple of projects that will teach high school and college students advanced technologies.

There are two new 2016 education projects that serve small Governments – most of the participants will be in 9-12, 43 seats are available for College students. The project starts in Feb. 2016.