Two Fellowship Programs
Azavea Summer of Maps
The Azavea Summer of Maps program is a fellowship that matches students pursuing careers in geospatial data analysis with nonprofit organizations that have spatial analysis needs to complete projects alongside Azavea mentors.
Azavea Summer of Maps Fellows choose the projects that they would like to work on as part of the application process. View the 2018 Project Shortlist to browse nonprofit projects that are available for student selection this year.
View samples of 2017 Summer of Maps projects and watch the Summer of Maps video to learn about the program from Fellows, Mentors, and Nonprofits.
Apply now for the 2018 Azavea Summer of Maps Program (Geospatial Data Analysis):
Azavea Open Source Fellowship
The Azavea Open Source Fellowship program offers fellows the chance to work closely with experienced Azavea mentors to expand on software engineering and design skills while contributing to open source projects. Applicants can either choose a project from the Proposed Projects list or submit their own ideas.
Azavea is deeply committed to open source software and manage several large open source projects, including: GeoTrellis, DistrictBuilder, OpenTreeMap, Model My Watershed, OpenDataPhilly, Open Transit Indicators, and many others.
Apply now for the 2018 Azavea Open Source Fellowship (Software Engineering & Design)
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