Learn How to Help Kids in Your State Create Competitive GIS Projects

Got any local data to share, or an inside track on a fascinating puzzle? Grad students, analysts, data creators, and GIS users of all types can share your expertise and interest in spatial puzzles and curiosities, while boosting learning in schools and clubs.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Details about the Esri ArcGIS Online Competition for US High School and Middle School Students.
  • How you can help students and state leaders.
  • Pointers to win national awards and earn some bragging rights.

Esri's ArcGIS Online Competition for US High School & Middle School Students is a chance for kids in grades 4-12 to use GIS to explore, research, and present a story about something of personal interest in their state. Do you know a teacher or kid in middle school or high school in USA? Want to see how the best student projects from your state can win prizes, and how their GIS work compares to works from other states?


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