Even if you are not at a university, or not ready to submit your group to affiliate a chapter, you can still sign up to receive updates, alerts, event invitations, or other program news. Just choose what category of information you are interested in.

First, check to see if your university already has a chapter of YouthMappers using our directory and map. YouthMappers chapters are considered open to all university students and only one chapter per university campus will be approved. Universities with multiple campus locations can have a separate chapter at each location.

Start a new university based chapter of YouthMappers or if you already have a club or society, you can simply affiliate your existing campus student group. All you need to do is submit your information through the chapter form in the link below. Our executive committee will review your information and contact you regarding your submission for acceptance and participation in the network.

 

 

Let Girls Map is a YouthMappers campaign active from International Women’s Day, March 8, 2019 to International Day of the Girl, October  11, 2019 to feature mapping efforts that support women and girls issues and to build inclusive mapping communities for female student mappers around the world. Map features and attributes important for local and global projects on OpenStreetMap, and use the hashtags #YouthMappers and #LetGirlsMap to show your support! Learn more by visiting the Let Girls Map campaign site.

 

Find another chapter to collaborate with

August 31, 2016

Look for other groups of students around the world who are also mapping for resilience.  Browse their chapter profiles here. Ideas for collaborating include simultaneous mapathons, sharing remote and local work tasks for the same project, or hangout exchanges to get to know your colleagues.

Find a project that needs mappers

August 31, 2016

YouthMappers work to create open spatial data for resilience for international development projects, prioritizing countries where USAID and partners work. 

Earn your GeoBadge

August 31, 2016

The American Geographical Society announces its newest addition to GeoBadges, a platform which recognizes learners of all ages for their skills and service. Three new GeoBadges being featured are YouthMappers Organizer, YouthMappers Mentor and YouthMappers Founder.

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2019 YouthMappers Chapter Annual Report

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2020 YouthMappers Research Fellowship

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2019 YouthMappers Chapter Annual Report

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