Career Videos Sign in Create Account Explore featured GIS educational video content right here and from around the web. ArcGIS and other exciting advances in geospatial technology are showcased. Be sure to visit the Esri GIS Education Community's YouTube channel. GIS Career Videos GIS Analyst-Forester [4:03 min] [Play Video | Download Flash Video] Chris Ferner - Colorado State Forest Service Foresters and conservation scientists manage the use and development of forests, rangelands, and other natural resources. Among other things, these lands supply wood products. They serve as sites for recreational activities and provide habitats for wildlife and help sustain natural water systems. Some workers advise private landowners on the use and management of their land and many use geographic information system (GIS) technology to design and implement programs that make the land healthier and more productive. GIS Manager [3:29 min] [Play Video | Download Flash Video] Ingrid Bruce, City of Rancho Cucamonga You probably know that Christopher Columbus proved the world wasn't flat. Well, even he would be surprised to discover the profound impact technology has had on geography. Ingrid Bruce demonstrates in 3D how GIS technology takes maps into a new dimension. Conservationist [4:12 min] [Play Video | Download Flash Video] Michael Fay, Wildlife Conservation Society If traveling around the world, living in the wilderness, investigating geography, and literally saving the planet appeals to you, then you'll find Dr. Michael Fay's video fascinating. Check it out. Helicopter Pilot-Firefighter [4:15 min] [Play Video | Download Flash Video] Steve Robinson, Los Angeles Fire Department You just can't keep a person like Steve down on the ground for long. He prefers to save lives and protect property while manning the skies. You'll also see how GIS technology helps him keep the public safe. Health Geographer [4:15 min] [Play Video | Download Flash Video] Seth Wiafe, Loma Linda University Who would have thought that Geographic Technology could help save the planet from a health crisis. Seth Wiafe did, that's why he advises all public health professionals to think spatially.