26th March 2020
I hope that you and your loved ones are all well and now safely working from home where possible. To those of you that are out helping the essential services efforts - our thanks and gratitude for all your support in this uncertain time.
31st January 2020
The ECN is looking for new committee members!
1st August 2019
For many of you in the last stages of hectic academic life, it may feel like you are standing at a crossroads, not fully prepared for what’s in front of you.
12th July 2017
On 4th July 2017 the AGI Early Careers Network (ECN) held the first webinar of its upcoming series. Matt Pennells, a member of the AGI council and digital consultant at ConsultingWhere, discussed his work volunteering for the charity MapAction, who provide vital disaster relief through GIS technology.
31st May 2017
Here's an update as to what the Early Careers Network has been up to lately, as well as forthcoming plans.
18th April 2017
As you know, the AGI Early Careers Network aims to provide great support, resources and development opportunities to Early Career Professionals in the geospatial industry. With this in mind, we would like to offer a few people the opportunity to shadow an already awesome team (The Action Working Group) to deliver an even better AGI annual conference event than last year!
11th October 2016
In mid-September, a successful Early Careers Network event for the South Region was held at Ordnance Survey in Southampton. Combining a behind-the-scenes look at Ordnance Survey with networking opportunities, the event attracted a mix of professionals and students from as far as Birmingham.
2nd August 2016
In mid July, an AGI Early Careers Network event for the South West region was held in Bristol. Attendees travelled from as far as Cardiff and Reading to hear guest speaker Charlton Bland, Geomatics Consultant at Atkins, give an informative and engaging presentation on UAV technologies and their use in engineering and design projects.
8th June 2016
Hosted by Tim Newman, the second part of the Cartographic webinar has just taken place today. Charley Glynn and Paul Naylor from Ordnance Survey have again provided lots of useful tips and hints about working in the world of cartography. If you missed it, see below for the link.
1st June 2016
The AGI Scotland annual conference was a first for ECN, and our presence there furthers our commitment to engaging with members across the UK. Since the launch of ECN we are going from strength to strength and have received huge support from industry, academia and many active volunteer members who devote their time to organising events.
12th April 2016
The AGI Early Careers Network Webinar was held earlier today, and if you were unable to connect to it, you'll find the link below.There were lots of useful tips and pointers about careers using GI from Steven Feldman, which you can still access.
5th April 2016
We’re delighted that Steven Feldman will be our speaker for the next AGI Early Careers Network Webinar at 13:00 on 12th April, 2016. Steven is a GI industry thought leader, strategic consultant, investor, advisor and mentor to technology startups.
2nd February 2016
MOOCs – Starting 2nd February
MOOCs – or Massive Open Online Courses – are a great way of learning new skills and broadening your horizons. The first of ESRI’s 2016 MOOCs, ‘Do it yourself GeoApps’, starts on February 2nd and offers the chance to learn how to build a geo-enabled app with little or no coding using ESRI’s SDKs and APIs. Learn more and sign up at http://communityhub.esriuk.com/gis4he/2016/1/12/2016-mooc-schedule
27th January 2016
Are you an undergraduate student in:
Interested in maps and mapping, and want to know more about the power of location – how knowing where and when things happen can solve problems and change the world?
Why not sign up for the free UCL/AGI Geographical Information Science Careers Event on the 7th March from 3pm – 7pm.
More details can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/uclagi2016
The flyer with full information can be found here.
27th January 2016
This webinar is the first of two parts looking at Cartography and Cartographic Design, and will cover the Design Principles and map critique, amongst other topics. Please feel free to submit any questions in advance of the webinar and we will try to get through as many as possible on the day.
Charley Glynn and Paul Naylor are Cartographic Design Consultants at Ordnance Survey. They specialise in the design of new products and services and the promotion of good map design. You can find out more about them here.
Please register to receive the link to the webinar.