Grants available for YPs to attend Locate22

By on 1 March, 2022

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Young professionals, early career researchers and fulltime students are being invited to apply for financial assistance to attend the Locate22 Conference.

Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, a limited number of grants have been made available to help these future leaders to attend the full conference.

The grants cover:

  • Registration costs, including social functions, or
  • Travel and accommodation support up to $600

Applications close 5:00pm AEDT, Thursday, 24 March 2022 and can be made online.

The Locate Conference is a great opportunity for young industry members to make new contacts, network with others from around Australia and learn about new technology and applications.

In addition, there will be a dedicated professional development workshop that will explore topics such as career paths, skills for the future and common problems facing industry, plus there’ll be an invitation to join the Symposium to see what other future leaders are working on.

The grants have been made available thanks to the support of Geoscience Australia, the Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation, RPS, Mercury Project Solutions and Beveridge Williams.

There are openings for further sponsors, with full and part grant packages available. Please contact the Locate22 organisers for more details.

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