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					Education and Career Services
Academic Showcase
Is your department searching for graduate students or postdoctoral candidates, or simply looking to provide information to AGU members about your institution and its programs? Then feature your academic institution in this exhibit area designed just for you. The AGU Fall Meeting attracts more than 16,000 attendees each year, about 25 percent of whom are students. Let the Academic Showcase provide your department with a valuable opportunity to meet prospective students and highlight your academic offerings! geoscience career information, and the latest data on employment trends in the Earth and space sciences are all available. AGU Career Services also schedules special sessions focusing on career alternatives in the geosciences during Fall Meeting.
“The AGU Career Center was very helpful as it allowed me to network. I attended two informal interviews, which then became real interviews from which I got a job offer.” - Liliana Goncalves-Ferreira, Cambridge University “The AGU Career Center has been very useful for me to meet up with potential employers.” - Biswas Karabi Farhana, Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health

Education and Student Lounge
AGU’s Education and Student Lounge, located next to the Career Center, hosts themed lunchtime discussions for sharing ideas on topics related to careers and education programs in the Earth and space sciences. It’s also a great place for students to meet with each other and interact with other AGU members. The lounge is open during Career Center hours.

Family Science Day
AGU education staff will present its third Exploration Station, a 4-hour open house for local families, teachers, and children. Come learn about the cool science going on right now in Earth and space science. At Exploration Station: San Francisco, visitors will learn new science, meet scientists, do hands-on science, and take home free materials. If you’re interested in exhibiting at Exploration Station, please contact Paul Cooper at

Career Center
For the 29th year, AGU continues its acclaimed and successful Career Center. Over 300 highly skilled candidates from all Earth and space science disciplines utilize the Career Center annually. Job opportunities,

For additional information, please contact Paul Cooper at +1 202.777.7504 or at All contracts, payments, and other correspondence regarding the Academic Showcase should be sent to Dazzerine L. Hall, Exhibits/ Advertising/Membership, at Fax: +1 202.777.7399 or at