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Education and Employment Opportunities with ESRI

by admin last modified 2007-12-05 15:24

Entry-Level Opportunities for New Grads

ESRI is seeking bright, top-level students who have a passion for applying their education in a rewarding career. Students who will be graduating this December are invited to apply for a number of entry-level positions at our Redlands, California, headquarters.

Students with degrees in GIS, geography, computer science, and computer engineering are needed for these and other positions:

  • Software development programmers
  • Software product engineers
  • Internet programmers
  • Support services analysts
  • Technical analysts

Visit to search current openings and to find information on what it's like to work at ESRI, where students might fit, and more.

Spring Career Fair Schedule

ESRI will be attending career fairs at a number of universities across the United States next spring. This is a great chance for students to talk one-on-one with ESRI staff to learn about the career opportunities we offer for new graduates. The schedule is available now and will be updated as more plans are finalized.

Summer Programs

Each summer ESRI offers two programs that provide students with opportunities to learn and explore GIS. Our Summer Internship Program offers valuable work experience while students continue their education or prepare for life after graduation. Another opportunity is to be part of the annual ESRI International User Conference in San Diego, California. Students who participate in the Student Assistantship Program attend sessions in exchange for helping out during the conference. More information, including application details, will be in the next issue of ESRI University Career Connections.

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