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RGi sponsors Capstone project for VT students

Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) is sponsoring a team of four senior Computer Science students at Virginia Tech for their Capstone project. The semester-long project provides credit for their Multimedia, Hypertext and Information Access class, and involves using Machine Learning to develop a Python tool that will analyze satellite imagery to identify any parking lots it contains.

RGi Software Engineer Mary Carome leads the joint effort while Technical Leads Steven Lander and Mike Szaszy serve as mentors for the team, meeting with the students weekly via video conference to answer questions, provide feedback and offer guidance on project direction. RGi’s goal is to deliver a real-world experience working as a team of developers in order to better prepare the students for their future careers.

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RGi participates in UMD Computer Science career fair

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Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) recently sent a group of our talented software engineers to the University of Maryland (UMD) Computer Science Career and Internship Fair on February 20th. Our engineers met and led engaging discussions with more than 70 undergrad students interested in securing future learning opportunities in the engineering and geospatial fields.

RGi currently offers a wide variety of positions, including May 2018 full time positions, Summer 2018 internships and 2019 Co-Ops. Learn more about RGi’s career opportunities here.

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RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte discusses career planning with Virginia Tech students

In preparation for his new role on the Virginia Tech Computer Science Department’s Advisory Board, Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc’s (RGi’s®) CEO Stephen Gillotte spent time with the Virginia Tech Computer Science Resources Consortium (CSRC).

Steve participated in several student events where he met with all levels of undergrads to discuss life after graduation, working with recruiters, how to negotiate offers with both small and large companies, as well as the everyday challenges of the work environment. During these exchanges, Steve emphasized the value of having a personal brand, community activism, extracurricular activities, and the importance of continuous learning throughout a career.

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RGi CEO Steve Gillotte joins VT CS Advisory Board

RGi is proud to announce that our CEO, Steve Gillotte has been named to the Virginia Tech Computer Science Department’s Advisory Board. While in this role, Steve will advise the department head on initiatives and overall direction of the department, and engage with current students to encourage and enhance their educational experience.  “As a Virginia Tech CS alum, it feels great to give back to the organization that was so foundational to my own career,” Steve said. “I’ve always been passionate about education and helping the professional development of students, so it’s an honor to be a part of this distinguished group.”