Geospatial professional development and job hunting can be scary...kind of like jumping out of a plane.   That's why I did it tandem - with an expert by my side. 
Watch me leap from 10,000 ft.  Slovenia, '08.
The same is true for your geo-journey.  It's a lot less intimidating if you have access to advice and friendly faces from the geo-community. 

Introducing...GeoPivot Magazine.  

Join our crew, where we laugh at snafus, share personal stories, and meet up with other job-seeking geo-peeps.

Sometimes you have to JUMP OUT of your comfort zone to move forward!  Read on to find out how you can get started today:
  • Explore our first round of geo-stories from friends at Esri, Penn State, the University of Southern California, the Association of American Geographers, and more! 
  • Stay in touch as we meet up with more students, emerging leaders, and job seekers.
  • Hey!  Where do you think you're going?  Don't forget to share your own story and pass this message along to all of your friends.
- Rachel Kornak, GISP, GeoPivot Editor and GIS Instructor, Penn State.  Redlands, California.
 


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05/09/2013 5:00pm

Rachel! Great visual metaphor! Job seeking is like jumping out of a plane in foreign places like ... Slovenia! If you are really getting ahead in your career, you're going to find yourself in new territory. Go ahead and jump!

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