Join us to learn more about GIS in Savannah…

GIS Day Savannah is an annual event to introduce GIS technology and other geospatial sciences to our local school children and promote the capabilities and use of GIS to the general business community. GIS Day is celebrated internationally as part of National Geographic’s International Geography Week. SAGIS and the sponsors of this event are proud to invite Chatham County middle school students to the morning program, with area business owners, staff, GIS users, and local citizens invited to attend the afternoon session.  Students and citizens will have the chance to see GIS in action in our community.  This year marks Savannah’s ninth GIS Day event, so please join with us in the celebration and become part of this annual tradition:

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Savannah State University


GIS Day 2015 is almost here!

GIS Day Savannah 2015 will take place on November 18th at Savannah State University.  We have over 440 local 8th grade students scheduled to participate in this STEM curriculum and meet a number of our regional GIS professionals.  The general public is invited to do the same from 2 to 3 pm.  We are still accepting sponsors through November 4th, as well as entries for our student competition.  We are looking forward to another great event!


I just wanted to say thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers and attendees. We had a great event and none of it would be possible without any of you. Thank you and see you next year!! 364 days and counting – November 18, 2015

GIS Day is Wednesday!

GIS Day Savannah 2014 is just two days away.  The GIS Day Committee is busy finalizing the details for our event where over 400 local 8th grade students will learn about the science and technology behind GIS.  GIS Day is also a great opportunity for college students to meet potential employers in the area.  If your are interested in attending, the event is open to the public at no charge from 2 to 3 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the Student Union Ballroom on the Savannah State Campus.