This fourth round of the internship program worked with three local organizations
This year three fellows each worked with two nonprofits:
- Kevin Frech assessed human impacts on Maine’s harbors for Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science and analyzed Philadelphia Landcare’s inactive parcels and the impact of the program forPennsylvania Horticultural Society.
- Laura Laderman analyzed healthcare needs and availability for African and Caribbean immigrants and refugees for African Family Health Organization (AFAHO) and analyzed adult ESOL student needs and available community assets for Sunset Park Health Council dba Lutheran Family Health Center.
- Nathaniel Henry visualized correlations between poverty health status, legal need and geography for theLegal Clinic for the Disabled and analyzed tree canopy for Greening of Detroit.
The program wrapped up this week, and we asked the fellows to share a few takeaways from their experience… Read the responses on Generocity.org: http://www.generocity.org/2015/azavea-summer-of-maps-takeaways-2015/
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