2022 AGIC Education and Training Symposium

AGIC Symposium Registration is Now Open!!!

Register now for the 2022 Education and Training Symposium.  The event will be in-person at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center from August 30th through September 2nd.

Maps & Apps Contest Is Also Open!!!

Share your great work with the Arizona GIS community by entering the 2022 AGIC Maps & Apps Contest!  Submit your entry at the Maps & Apps website by August 19th.

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Check the AGIC Symposium Website, the AGIC website, AGIC Listserv, or follow-us on social media to get symposium updates, including agenda updates.

Also, be sure to visit the new AGIC YouTube channel to view recordings of the 2021 Symposium.

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