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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a Geo-Institute Organizational Member?
Which firms are Geo-Institute Organizational Members?
What are the benefits of Organizational Membership?
How does my dues investment help to support student activities?
What is the value of becoming an Organizational Member?
What is the Geo-Institute’s Core Purpose?
What are the Geo-Institute’s Core Values?
 

How do I become a Geo-Institute Organizational Member?
To become a Geo-Institute Organizational Member, complete and return the short membership application. Click here.
Which firms are Geo-Institute Organizational Members?
Click here to see the list of current Geo-Institute Organizational Members.

What are the benefits of Organizational Membership?
Click here to discover the many benefits of Organizational Membership.What makes joining the Geo-Institute as an Organizational Member a valuable experience?

 How does my dues investment help to support student activities?
Forty percent of your $1,000 dues investment ($400) is diverted to student activities. During the past two years and continuing into the next year, 50 specially-selected graduate students received stipends to attend the Geo-Institute’s annual congress and the exclusive Organizational Member/Student Reception

 What is the value of becoming an Organizational Member?
Though each Organizational Member may have its own reasons for supporting the Geo-Institute in this special way, the major reasons cited include:
Industry recognition
Increased marketplace exposure
Support of student activities
Awards for excellence
Exclusive events
Investment in the advancement of the geo-profession.
Opportunities to serve on the Organizational Member Council

 What is the Geo-Institute’s Core Purpose?
The Geo-Institute’s Core Purpose is “To advance the Geo-professional community.”

 What are the Geo-Institute’s Core Values?
Responsiveness to members’ needs
Ethical behavior
Service to the profession and society
Sustainability
Innovation
Technical excellence
Inclusiveness