January 2016

Quarterly Meeting!
Thursday, January 21 | Pape-Dawson

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join us on January 21 for some networking and learning!  Our speaker for this meeting is Karen Lizcano with ESRI.  Karen will be presenting on the latest and greatest technology that ESRI has coming soon to a computer near us.  Learn about what's up and coming and do some great networking!

The meeting will be located at Pape-Dawson's office, located at 2000 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78213.  See the map below.  Lunch will be FREE, provided by the folks at Pape-Dawson.  Make sure to give them a big thank you!  Please register below so that we can get a good count of those that will be attending.


In case you are not aware, AAGIS is a sub-chapter of SCAUG.  Here are some other SCAUG-related news items!

26th Annual SCAUG Conference | April 18-22 | Corpus Christi, TX

Mark your calendars!!  The SCAUG Conference is coming soon!  The date is set and it's time to make your arrangements.  You'll undoubtedly have a great time at this conference meeting new people and learning new things.  And it's super affordable.  Come down to Corpus and meet some more of your GIS colleagues!

Please click here for more details.

FREE ArcGIS Training Courses 
Are you a current member of SCAUG?  If so, please don't forget that your membership includes several free ESRI ArcGIS Training Courses, including ArcGIS Desktop 101 for ArcGIS 10; Learning ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 - Level 1; Working with Geodatabases and Linear Referencing; Editing with ArcGIS 10; Using CAD data in ArcGIS 10 or 10.1; Introduction to ModelBuilder; Programming ArcObjects 10; Working with Geometric Networks; Using Spatial Analyst in ArcGIS; and many more!

Please click here for more details.
Would you like a free drink at the next happy hour? 

Find Cecilio!  Take a look at the map in the section toward the bottom of the newsletter.  If you reply to Santiago with the correct location pictured in the aerial photograph below, you will be entered into a random drawing to receive a free drink on behalf of your Alamo Area GIS group.
January 21- Quarterly Meeting
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Happy Hour - Date TBD!

Quarterly Meeting - April 2016
Job Opportunities
Geospatial Business Analyst | Whataburger

The Geospatial Business Analyst is responsible for compiling, organizing, and analyzing internal and external data (consumer, location, economic, competitor) using the Esri Geographic Information System (GIS) software. The Geospatial Business Analyst applies ArcGIS technology to solve business problems for the Segments including the creation of databases and reporting templates incorporating analytical standard practices and guidelines.  Additionally, the Geospatial Business Analyst Professional augments the emergency response center providing technical expertise and support in all aspects of disaster management. The Geospatial Business Analyst Professional is an integral part of the Business Analysis team.

Click here for more info.

GIS Analyst/Environmental Scientist | Adams Environmental, Inc.

Adams Environmental, Inc. (AEI) in San Antonio, Texas is currently searching for a candidate to fill the role of a GIS Analyst/Environmental Scientist.  The applicant must be available to work full-time beginning in early 2016.  The position is being offered for a one year period with the potential of longer employment.  Competitive benefits will be offered. Please visit the AEI website to view the full job description and application instructions at

Where is Cecilio??

Name this business!  If you can tell us what business is shown in this photo, you'll be entered to win a free drink at the next happy hour!  Good luck!

*** HINT *** Impossible?
To see a list of the current officers of AAGIS, please click here.
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