October 28, 2016

Members from Maptime Morgantown and California University of Pennsylvania’s YouthMappers got together for a mapathon at WVU’s Campus on September 23. This experience helped introduce the YouthMappers initiative to the students from Cal U and also helped to visualize ho...

October 26, 2016

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is the greatest invention of a modern mapping system in this digitalized world. It is a great source of open data. It is more helpful and informative from any other online map. In this MAP we get specific data. It is very helpful for peoples. From t...

October 24, 2016

Hi folks! 

Brandyn here, President of the SUNY Geneseo GIS Association-- AKA YouthMappers Geneseo Chapter! 

I am a senior Geography major, with double minors in Environmental Studies and Geology. My studies focus on the relationships between human and natural systems, an...

Mapping is an important aspect of the physical world, showing human activities and occurrences of natural phenomenon. The act of map making has gone through many different stages throughout history and now is more broadly known among the public thanks to the widely use...

October 18, 2016

Leaders of the YouthMappers chapter at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) in Ghana--the first inaugurated chapter of the YouthMappers network--have extended their GIS training skills into the world of openstreetmapping on September 30 and October 1 2016 at UCC campus u...

Mathare is an informal area of Nairobi, Kenya. Over the past several months, the YouthMappers chapter at the University of Nairobi have been preparing to work with this community with the help of Map Kibera and the USAID Mission in Kenya to map basic infrastructure and...

October 13, 2016

My name is Alex Bogedain. My major is Geography with minors in GIS, Landscape Studies, and Math. I graduate this December and anticipate going to Graduate School in the Spring for either a Masters in Geography or Landscape Architecture. I am a Virtual Intern for the US...

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