Summer of Maps is back and nonprofits should apply for a fellow by Feb. 5 - Generocity Philly

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Dec. 21, 2016 7:48 am

Summer of Maps is back and nonprofits should apply for a fellow by Feb. 5

Get yourself a fellow and visualize your data.

This is the graphic we use for Summer of Maps stories every year.

(Courtesy photo)

The folks over at Callowhill-based mapping firm Azavea are at it again.

For the sixth year, the social enterprise is taking applications from both prospective fellows and nonprofits interested in obtaining those fellows for neat impact mapping projects.

Summer of Maps fellows get a $5,000 stipend for participating in the 12-week GIS program, while nonprofits get to visualize their data.

Nonprofits interested in participating in Summer of Maps should submit their project proposals via an application by Feb. 5.

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