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On To the Future (OTF) is a grassroots initiative of The Geological Society of America (GSA) to provide partial-funding for diverse students to attend their first GSA Annual Meeting. 

Many GSA members describe their first GSA meeting as an exciting focal point in their professional development. It is the perfect situation for a student to gain exposure to the array of geoscience research and career options. GSA is also adding significant programs that facilitate effective mentoring relationships and networking opportunities. The personal connection accelerates the process of becoming an engaged and involved member of a scientific and professional community, and is an essential catalyst in transforming student into professional.

As society is becoming so very diverse, it is only fitting to be able to support this same opportunity to diverse students.

However, this opportunity is truly grass roots led, with a supportive Executive, Council, GSA Foundation and Diversity Community leading the way, the Society calls for the whole GSA to support this initiative - support, donate, and participate!

Click here for the full announcement.

STUDENT APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED 

The On To the Future (OTF) Program is no longer accepting applications to attend the 2014 GSA Annual Meeting.  Please check back in spring 2015 for instructions on applying to attend the 2015 GSA Annual Meeting. 

See the eligibility and application instructions to find out if you qualify for this opportunity in 2015. 

More Information
Please visit the OTF FAQ page to learn more or print the OTF Poster to showcase in your institution


QUESTIONS?
Contact Tahlia Bear, tbear@geosociety.org or by phone at 303-357-1066





    





      



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Help us to ensure we can meet the needs of our 100 students by donating to the entire program.  GSA Foundation is in the process of raising $70,000 or more to support this exciting initiative!