Our Summer of Maps project will focus on outdoor space for kids, Photo of Greening Greenfield courtesy of Viridian Landscape Studio.
The Collaborative has been chosen to participate in Azavea’s Summer of Maps! This three-month long fellowship gives student GIS analysts the opportunity to perform geospatial data analysis for local and national nonprofit organizations.
Outdoor space for imaginative play and learning is a big piece of every child's intellectual, physical and social development. Timothy St. Onge, our Summer of Maps fellow, will help us identify areas where kids need outdoor space—and pinpoint opportunities to create or improve outdoor spaces.
We thank Azavea, an innovative company specializing in the creation of geographic web and mobile software as well as geospatial analysis services to enhance decision-making.
Azavea’s Summer of Maps fellowship program reflects their commitment to working on projects with strong social value in order to promote the emergence of more vibrant and sustainable communities.