Esri’s GIS Grants for 4-H Program Now Accepting Applicants

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The 2012 GIS Grants for 4-H Program is now open for applications.   4-H programs within the United States and Operation Military Kids clubs on American military bases around the world are eligible to apply for Esri’s program.  There are three grant levels: Getting Started with GIS, ArcGIS Youth Club, and ArcGIS Educator programs:

Getting Started with GIS and GPS Grant Guidelines [PDF]
4-H GIS 2012 Application [PDF]
2012 Esri GIS Grant Program is for 4-H clubs that are not familiar with GPS or GIS technologies and want to begin introducing spatial literacy to youth at a basic level.

ArcGIS Grant Guidelines [PDF]
4-H GIS 2012 Application [PDF]
2012 Esri GIS Grant Program is for 4-H clubs with adults and youth members comfortable with technology who are ready to do more with ArcGIS software and GPS technology. The grant includes software and curriculum that was previously included in the two separate Introduction to GIS and Intermediate GIS grants.

State or Regional ArcGIS 4-H Educator Train the Trainer Grant Guidelines [PDF]
2012 Esri GIS Grant Program is for 4-H adults who are implementing a state- or region-wide GIS training program for adult 4-H educators with the specific intent that the trained educators will be able to introduce GIS technology to 4-H youth at the local level beginning with the 2012/2013 4-H enrollment year. This grant requires a written proposal as specified in the application and guidelines.

Applications are accepted until December 1, 2012. More about Esri’s 4-H program can be found at esri.com/4-H.  Grantees will received GIS software, data, books, and training materials to support 4-H’s twenty-first century mandate for science, engineering, and technology activities.


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