Get Involved in GES
Wnat to meet people? Get involved with the Geological & Environmental Science Club ( GES club) . The studen-tled GES club enages in a wide variety of earth-related activities, from live staking for stream restoration to caving trips to rock-hounding.
In addition to clubs, there are many other ways for our students to get involved in the department, some on a volunteer-basis, others as paid positions. These are great opportunities for students to build up their CV, share their passion for earth and environmental science with others, engage in service learning, develop science communication skills and helping fellow students. Find out more by clicking on the categories below:
Connect with your broader community
Want to connect with people in your field outside of the department? The following organizations and social media cohorts can provide really supportive environments, networking opportunities, and additional resources for minoritized students.
- Advancing Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) https://www.sacnas.org/ (@sacnas on Twitter, @sacnas on Instagram)
- Geoscience Alliance (Broadening Participation of Native Americans in the Geosciences) https://geosciencealliance.org/ (GeoscienceAlliance on Facebook)
- Association for Women Geoscientists http://www.awg.org/ (@awg_org on Twitter, @awg_org on Instagram, AWGeoscientists on Facebook)
- National Association of Black Geoscientists http://www.nabg-us.org/ (NABGSocial on Facebook, NABGSocial on Twitter)
- Best Colleges' Resource Guide for Black and African American Students in STEM https://www.bestcolleges.com/resource/black-students-in-stem/
- Diverse Geologists https://www.diversegeologists.org/ (DiverseGeologists on Facebook, @DiverseGeologists on Instagram, @DiverseGeos on Twitter)
- Student Veterans https://militarystudents.appstate.edu/getting-involved (ASUStudentVeterans on Facebook, @appstate_studentveterans on Instagram)