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Esri has the following two summer opportunities for students:

Esri International User Conference Student Assistantship Program

Through the Student Assistantship Program, Esri sponsors a number of
students to participate in the annual Esri International User
Conference. The next conference will take place July 11–15, 2011.

If you are a graduate student or fourth-year undergraduate student who
is currently enrolled in an accredited college or university in the
United States and who uses GIS software, you may apply for the student
assistantship program. Esri will select up to 60 students to take part
in the program, which includes monitoring sessions, registration,
staffing, and overall logistics. Esri also sets aside time for the
students to attend sessions. Students receive a full registration
package for the conference, hotel accommodations, and a small stipend
for meals but pay for their own travel and personal expenses.


Summer Internship Program

Our Summer Internship Program provides valuable work experience while
you continue your education or prepare for life after graduation. The
program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Internships
are available at Esri headquarters in Redlands, California, and in our
regional offices throughout the United States. Each internship is a paid
position and will be up to 12 weeks long.

The final concert in the 2010-2011 season of the Dodson Music Series will take place this Friday, March 4th at 12:00 noon in the Dodson Room (302) of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.

Spring Song: Voices of Spring and Renewal will be a celebration of Spring themes in music. The programme will include piano music by Dvorak, a flute piece by Canadian composer Srul Irving Glick, and songs by Schumann, Schubert, Strauss and Rachmaninoff.

The performers will be Chris Hutchinson, flute; Naoki Natsuri, piano; and Rachel Fenlon, soprano.

Admission is free.

The Dodson Music Series is organized and performed by students of the UBC School of Music. Leah Giselle Field is the Artistic Director.

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