2004 Esri GIS Grant Program for U.S. 4-H
Esri has created the 2004 Esri GIS Grant Program for U.S. 4-H in cooperation with National 4-H Headquarters, CSREES, USDA to support its geospatial outreach, education, and community involvement efforts. The goal of this program is to foster and support the integration of GIS in U.S. 4-H clubs.
The software, data, and support materials provided to U.S. 4-H grant recipients under this program will be licensed to a club and can be used for non-commercial club business including educational training and community research and activism. A club receiving a 2004 grant will be able to use the software free-of-charge until December 31, 2004 and will earn continued use via participation in the Esri Community Atlas Program (CAP), as well as community geographic research and outreach in their area during 2004.
Grants will be awarded to 100 clubs that successfully complete the grant application process.
Eligible Applicants: A U.S. 4-H community or in-school club, 4-H after-school program, 4-H special interest group, 4-H school enrichment group, 4-H camp or similar 4-H unit that meets together regularly and is recognized as an authorized 4-H group within its state’s 4-H program.
Deadline: April 30, 2004