Jul 16, 2017 to Jul 19, 2017, Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey CA
Pre-Conference workshops: Sunday July 16, 2017
Become an official Sponsor of this year’s 20th Anniversary
Society for Conservation GIS (SCGIS) Annual Conference!
SCGIS is the premer international organization focused on the nexus of conservation and GIS. The SCGIS Annual Conference is the best opportunity to share information and network with many of the world's top conservation GIS professionals working across public and private sectors and academia. This year's conference provides an opportunity to reflect on important contributions over the past 20 years, but also to highlight critically important roles for conservation GIS in the years ahead. Please consider sponsoring this year’s 20th Anniversary SCGIS Conference!
To become a sponsor or learn more, please contact Janet Nackoney at jnackoney(at)gmail(dot)com.
1. Wine Socials (Registration, Map Gallery, Auction)
Suggested donation: $1,200
This $1,200 sponsorship affords two complimentary conference registrations. Your organization will be featured and verbally identified as a sponsor during the opening and keynote session. Your logo will be featured at three wine socials and on a poster during coffee breaks. Your logo will be given the highest priority placement on our website and in our conference program as a conference sponsor, and will also be included on email blasts that are sent to potential conference attendees.
2. Coffee Breaks
Suggested donation: $500
This $500 sponsorship affords one complimentary conference registration. Your logo will be featured on a poster during coffee breaks. Your logo will be highlighted on our website and in our conference program as a conference sponsor, and will also be included on email blasts that are sent to potential conference attendees.
3. Support an international scholar
Suggested donation: $1,000 for each scholar supported
Help support one or more International Scholar’s stay in the US! The International Scholar’s program provides for 6 weeks of training for International Scholars, including participation in both the Esri International User’s Conference and the SCGIS Annual Conference. Once scholarships are announced in early spring, you can see who they are and what they do by going to our website. To read about our 2016 International Scholars from last year’s Annual Conference, visit: www.conservationgis.org/scgis/2016/ScgIntl2016A.html.
This sponsorship affords one complimentary registration per $1,000 donation plus an in-person meeting with the Scholar, including a professional photo with the Scholar and a representative from your company that you can use for your own promotional materials. Your logo will be featured on a poster during coffee breaks. Your logo will be highlighted on our website and in our conference program as an International Scholar sponsor, and will also be included on email blasts that go out to potential conference attendees.
4. Donate directly toward general support for SCGIS or to its specific programs
SCGIS is an all-volunteer organization and 100% of all donations support our programs. You can support SCGIS by making a general donation in any amount, or you can earmark your donation for the Scholarship Program or Annual Conference. General donations support SCGIS operating costs and can be used to support students and non-Scholar international attendees through fee discounts and waivers to help them attend the SCGIS conference. Scholarship Program donations contribute to lodging, transportation, and food for our International Scholars. Annual Conference donations help defray programmatic costs of the SCGIS Annual Conference.
Thank you very much for your support!
SCGIS is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
*Logo placement will be determined by sponsorship level, with higher sponsored amounts receiving placement priority.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
SCGIS is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Dawn Wright & Frank Davis
Chief Scientist for ESRI & Professor, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, UCSB.
Maps for Advocacy
Jim Meacham, Alex Tait, and Jeff Howarth
Executive Director of the InfoGraphics Lab at the University of Oregon, The Geographer in the Centers of Excellence at the National Geographic Society, & Professor of Geography at Middlebury College
Important Dates and Deadlines
Early Bird Offer ends on 15th March 2017
Call for Abstracts ends on 27th March 2017
About Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey CA