22nd Annual Michigan Communities GIS Conference
September 27-29, 2017
Boyne Mountain Resort, Boyne Falls, Michigan
The annual MiCAMP conference is an educational and networking opportunity for GIS professionals, students, vendors and future GIS practitioners.
- Participate in a variety of GIS discussions
- Learn about new GIS tools and tricks
- Network with colleagues and vendors
Vendors can join us at the conference to:
- Promote your company to GIS organizations throughout Michigan
- Learn more about the needs and challenges GIS professionals encounter
- Network with clients and meet new customers
- Sponsor session breaks and door prizes
Registration for the conference is done through membership invoices via the Organization’s Key Contact. Invoices are normally sent out during the July/August time frame, at which time your Key Contact can add or delete names from the Conference registration list for your organization. Please check with your Key Contact to add or delete names for the conference registration.
Conference Room Reservations
The online room reservation system closes August 27. Click Here. Please note that after the cut-off date of 8/27/2017 attendees will have to call Central Reservations at 800.462.6963 and ask for the Michigan Community Association of Mapping Professionals to book reservations based on availability. Or use the Room Reservation Form.
Our registration plan is intended to allow organizations to bring more than one attendee to the conference. Invite representatives from your organization who may gain from speaking with our vendors and attending a few sessions! We hope to foster ideas and build from experiences of our attendees; and where better to accomplish this than Boyne Mountain!
For individuals or organizations who wish to become new MiCAMP members, please use the online membership registration form.
For additional registration support contact us email@example.com.
Thursday’s Plenary: Jim Sparks, Indiana Geographic Information Officer
Jim Sparks has spent most of his career working with geospatial information. His experience has come through positions as construction surveyor, cartographer, parcel mapper, and consultant. Jim has worked in county government, state government, higher education, and the private sector.
In October 2007, Jim was appointed as Indiana’s first Geographic Information Officer with a mission to facilitate the development, maintenance, and distribution of comprehensive statewide geographic data.
Jim has a B.A. in Business Administration and a M.S. in Management.