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Improve OpenStreetMap in the Bay Area
This group is about growing the OpenStreetMap community here in the Bay Area. Our events are open to everyone, from open source enthusiasts, cyclists, GIS professionals, geocachers, and beyond. Anyone and everyone who is interested in maps, map making and free map data is welcome to join our group as well as attend our events.
Get in touch with other mappers on Discord! After signing up, join the #🗺openstreetmap channel.
Meetup for map enthusiasts in the Philadelphia area
GeoPhilly unites developers, geographers, data geeks, open source enthusiasts, civic hackers and map addicts in our shared love of maps and the stories they tell. If you use maps as part of your work or just want to learn more, this is the meetup for you! Our events aim to be open, friendly, educational and social and range from happy hours to lightning talks or even workshops. Come create a diverse, inspiring geospatial community in the Philadelphia with us!
Monthly meeting of OpenStreetMap users in Albuquerque and Northern New Mexico
Anyone is welcome to join and we're happy to help get you started mapping. The meetings are in an open format to allow contributors to focus on adding to OpenStreetMap for Albuquerque and surrounding areas.
Improve OpenStreetMap in the DC area
We are a group of volunteer mappers who aim to improve the OpenStreetMap in the DC area. We also aim to teach others about the OSM ecosystem, data analytics, cartography, and GIS. We gather every other month at meetups to focus on one area of our city.
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users, around Portland, ME
Maptime is, rather literally, time for mapmaking. Our mission is to open the doors of cartographic possibility to anyone interested by creating a time and space for collaborative learning, exploration, and map creation using mapping tools and technologies.
Improve OpenStreetMap in the Cleveland area
Open Geo Cleveland aims to be a resource for people to discuss and share knowledge on utilizing free geographic data sets especially OpenStreetMap, and Open geo-spatial software that manages, edits, and displays geographic data, and advocate for its use in Northeast Ohio. We're also a maptime chapter =)
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the Boston area
OpenStreetMap is the free and open, wiki-style map of the world, with hundreds of thousands of contributions every day from people like you. Editing the map is simple, and fun! Join us both indoors and outdoors in our effort to create the best map of the Boston area and the rest of the world!
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users around Mount Vernon, WA
OpenStreetMap is an map of the world made by people like you. It's a map that you build, that's given away for free like wikipedia. Check out osm.org for more. We meet all the time to talk maps, make maps and have fun!
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the state of Colorado, USA
OpenStreetMap (OSM) Colorado is a local collaboration of people interested in contributing their efforts to create free maps. We encourage all of our mappers to organize or suggest mapping events throughout the state. Meetup activities can be simple social mixers, OSM basic to advanced training, or community mapping parties.
Discussion about mapping in Michigan.
OpenStreetMap Michigan Wiki page
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the Portland area
OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a map of the world made by people like you. It's a map that you build, that's given away for free like wikipedia. Check out osm.org for more, and come join us at a meetup to talk maps, contribute to OSM, and have fun!
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the Seattle area
Let's have some fun, contribute something to Los Angeles, and learn about mapping!
OpenStreetMap (OSM) Southern California is for anyone interested in mapping to get together to work with OpenStreetMap. OpenStreetMap, the Wikipedia of maps, is a free open-source map of the world being created by more than 1,000,000 volunteers around the globe. Everyone is welcome. If you don't know OpenStreetMap, we'll teach you. If you have an idea for a mapping project or even a field trip that the group can do, great!
Map Nights hosted by Code for San Jose
Code for San Jose, the local Code for America brigade, hosts monthly Map Nights on Thursday nights in downtown San José. Meet fellow South Bay mappers, help out with local mapping projects, and hear about other civic tech projects. Programming and GIS skills are not required.
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the Tampa Bay area
OSM Tampa Bay group for local residents to get together and build out the definitive map of Tampa Bay with OpenStreetMap, the free and editable map of the world. If you're into maps, data, open source, GPS, hiking, cycling, et cetera, you'll love working with OpenStreetMap -- so join in! We'll get together and map and talk about new topics once-a-month or so.
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the Salt Lake City area
Activities may include things like Learn To Map workshops, mapping parties and outdoor data collection. The events will take place in the SLC area, at least initially. We are looking for seasoned mappers as well as people new to OSM. Join and let's do some mapping!
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the state of Wyoming
OpenStreetMap (OSM) Wyoming is a local collaboration of people interested in contributing their efforts to create free maps. We encourage all of our mappers to organize or suggest mapping events throughout the state. Meetup activities can be simple social mixers, OSM basic to advanced training, or community mapping parties.
Mappers and OpenStreetMap users in the Phoenix, AZ area
This is a meetup group for those in the Phoenix area who like maps, GIS, OpenStreetMap, cartography and anything in between.
All are welcome! Sign up at https://join.slack.com/t/codeforsanjose/shared_invite/zt-iwnx99kh-motBC0J47O8ItlR3zjAIBA, then join the #proj-osm channel.
All are welcome! Sign up at https://slack.openstreetmap.us/
Online mapping community based out of State College, PA
The OpenStreetMap user group for Chattanooga
A discussion forum about OpenStreetMap in the United States
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OpenStreetMap Deep South Wiki page
OpenStreetMap Deep South is a local mapping community in the Southeastern United States.
We help grow and improve OpenStreetMap in the United States.
We support OpenStreetMap by holding annual conferences, providing community resources, building partnerships, and by spreading the word. Join OpenStreetMap US here: https://www.openstreetmap.us/join
Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/phxgeo
YouthMappers chapter at Arizona State University
YouthMappers chapter at Arizona State University
YouthMappers chapter at Ball State University
Our chapter is a very active one. We primarily focus on community events, fundraising, and field trips. We are currently looking to develop more mapping-related activities to draw in other students from campus who may be interested in contributing.
YouthMappers chapter at California University of Pennsylvania
GIS Students at Cal U learn to apply spatial theory to the real world. The university degree program focuses on geography as well as utilizing GIS in emergency management.
YouthMappers chapter at Central Washington University
Our goal teaming up with Youthmappers is to bring relief to areas that are in need of humanitarian mapping. By doing so, we are serving our fellow brothers and sisters around the world as well as furthering our own cartography skills.
YouthMappers chapter at Clemson University
Students in Clemson are supported by the Center for Geospatial Technologies, a community of interdisciplinary geospatial science practitioners supporting research, teaching, and outreach activities using technologies that enable the collection, analysis, and application of geospatial data. Students integrate geospatial technologies within their scholarly activities across all disciplines and build connections throughout the world.
YouthMappers chapter at College of William and Mary
The students who are all over the map are supported by the Center for Geospatial Analysis, a group integrating GIS across the curriculum and providing student and faculty with hardware, software, and expertise. Students of all backgrounds utilize GIS across campus, including environmental science and policy, geology, history, business, sociology, biology, anthropology, public policy, and marine sciences.
YouthMappers chapter at Cornell University
Cornell students and faculty use open data and open source software to address challenges at local, national, and global scales. In doing so, we advance our academic and personal goals of developing our own skills around GIS and spatial literacy.
YouthMappers chapter at George Mason University
Mason Mappers Student Society is a humanitarian mapping student organization in the George Mason University GGS Department, and its goal is to promote education and knowledge in geo-technologies, geo-info science, to foster good global stewardship and engage in professional development while building a positive, interactive geo-community, as well as shaping students into leaders of tomorrow.
YouthMappers chapter at Indiana University of Pennsylvania
YouthMappers chapter at Jacksonville State University
The JSU Disaster Mapping Team is a program at Jacksonville State University dedicated to assisting disaster response in times of emergencies. This includes tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, floods, etc. The team is intended to be a valuable asset to surrounding counties and a conduit for the JSU Geoscience Department students to apply what they have learned in an academic setting to support emergency services. Our goal is to streamline disaster response and recovery operations while utilizing student skill sets
YouthMappers chapter at Kansas State University
We are the Kansas State University Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, an international geography honor society with affiliation to YouthMappers. We have been active with mapping for OSM and conducted a mapathon called "Map for Nepal," in which we used OpenStreetMap to digitize unmapped areas of Nepal after the earthquake in 2015.
YouthMappers chapter at Miami University
GPS at Miami University aims to create a close-knit community of planners and geographers who want to have fun, learn more about careers and higher education in their field, network, and work alongside professionals for real experience.
YouthMappers chapter at Monroe Community College
YouthMappers chapter at Montgomery College
GeoMC’s mission is to provide students with hands-on experience in applying geospatial tools, collecting data, and project management. Most of our students come with a background in GIS and are geography majors. Our chapter’s members come from diverse backgrounds and we all work together to make a positive impact in the world live in.
YouthMappers chapter at Ohio Wesleyan University
Environment and Wildlife Club looks at environmental issues on campus, in Delaware, and even nationally! We create campus and community projects, explore and enjoy the outdoors, volunteer, and try to promote environmentalism in every aspect of our lives.
YouthMappers chapter at Oklahoma State University
YouthMappers chapter at State University of New York Geneseo
We spread awareness, support, education, volunteerism, and career advancement opportunities in geographic information systems, across disciplines and departments, in the context of SUNY Geneseo, the local community, and global community.
YouthMappers chapter at SUNY at Fredonia
GeoVenturers is a group of students joining together across a number of majors on our campus that see geospatial technologies as a tool to serve others and to bring people together. Mentoring for the group brings in science education from the department of curriculum and instruction. We hope that we can bring our skills to play in helping make people's lives better.
YouthMappers chapter at Texas Tech University
As one of the co-founding chapters of the network, the TTU YouthMappers are enthusiastic to serve as interdisciplinary leaders to help create open geographic data and analyses that address locally defined development challenges worldwide. The chapter strives to exchange and collaborate with other chapters around the globe while also offering themselves as a local resource and service to Texas Tech student organizations in ways that add value to their respecitive campus activities through mapping.
YouthMappers chapter at The Citadel
This chapter is also a Rotaract Club, which is an affiliate of Rotary International. Multiple members, as well as leadership have expressed an interest in YouthMappers and we would like to affiliate our Citadel Rotaract Club with YouthMappers.
YouthMappers chapter at The George Washington University
Models of leadership and engagement, HMS seeks to render aid and better the world through humanitarian Geographic Information Systems (GIS) projects. This co-founding affiliated chapter on the campus of GWU has a plethora of experience to share, and frequently partners directly with USAID, the American Red Cross, and the US Department of State in their DC area to expand student-led efforts and serve the global community.
YouthMappers chapter at The Johns Hopkins University, SAIS
The mission of SAIS Youth Mappers is to provide students at the Johns Hopkins University SAIS with the opportunity to become highly skilled humanitarian mappers. As a group within the South Asia Club, its primary focus is on supporting humanitarian mapping projects in the Indo-Pacific Region.
YouthMappers chapter at The Pennsylvania State University
The Penn State Geospatial Information Science (GIS) Coalition is an organization that offers students majoring, minoring, or sharing an interest in GIS opportunities to develop supplementary knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the professional GIS industry.
YouthMappers chapter at University of California, Davis
YouthMappers chapter at University of Central Florida
Our mission is to foster a social and educational environment for all majors who are interested in the discussion and application of GIS. Group and community events throughout the academic year organize students to volunteer to help local and regional communities by using community-based GIS projects and educating local middle and high school students on the use and application of GIS.
YouthMappers chapter at University of Chicago
YouthMappers chapter at University of Maryland - College Park
The mission of the Geography Club at the University of Maryland College Park is to engage and encourage students to explore geographic interests within the campus and the community.
YouthMappers chapter at University of North Texas
The Geography Club is a student organization at University of North Texas that welcomes all students who are interested in geography. The objective of the Geography Club is to promote interest in Geography, the Major and the Geography Department along with fellowship among students and faculty. The club also seeks to represent student needs and wants in regard to the study of geography and to provide a forum for the presentation of innovative ideas to the benefit of the University community.
YouthMappers chapter at University of Northern Colorado
Official Geography and GIS Club chapter affiliated with the University of Northern Colorado where our aim is to learn, share and connect with those around us. #MakingSenseOfTheWorld
YouthMappers chapter at University of Oregon
Map By Northwest aims to engage undergraduate students at the University of Oregon in mapping projects to assist in humanitarian causes and for conducting geographic research. We welcome students from all disciplines to join us in our mapping adventures.
YouthMappers chapter at University of Redlands
To build upon the members' GIS skills and knowledge of the tools and methods through applied social engagement as well as to educate the campus community about the power of mapping and spatial analysis through community service events.
YouthMappers chapter at University of South Carolina
The GGSA is a fully student-run organization, designed to serve as an advocate and resource for all geography graduate students by filling the role of liaison between the department and students. Our goal is to further professional, academic, and personal development of graduate students interested in the field of geography and its sub disciplines.
YouthMappers chapter at University of Southern California
We see the world differently: we view it through a spatial lens. With the power of spatial thinking, we connect place and space to help address global challenges. Collaborate with us!
YouthMappers chapter at University of Vermont
YouthMappers chapter at University of Victoria
SOGS seeks to promote and represent social and academic interests within the Department of Geography. This is expressed by four key goals: To provide a forum for the discussion of matters concerning the quality and accessibility of education within geography; to provide a means of expressing a consensus of student opinion to deparhnental faculty through representation at deparkrnental meetings and on departrnental committees; to undertake anangements for such activities as are for the benefit of students and are seen to be within the field of interest of students in geography; to act as a liaison through the UVSS and the Course Union Council with other student groups on campus
YouthMappers chapter at University of Wyoming
YouthMappers chapter at UW-Madison
BadgerMaps is the UW campus chapter of Youthmappers, an organization dedicated to humanitarian and community mapping services. We connect our volunteer network with opportunities to create GIS data for projects that need it.
YouthMappers chapter at Vassar College
Our mission is to provide a multi-disciplinary platform for peers, educators, and community organizations to engage in local mapping projects with a focus on strengthening our local ecosystems, our built environment, and the health of our community. We also seek to contribute geospatial support for global humanitarian aid and development efforts.
YouthMappers chapter at Villanova University
The Villanova Globeplotters is built on Villanova’s Augustinian principle of selfless-service to the global community. Mixed with relaxed social interaction, we strive to provide geospatial outreach to those in need regardless of participating students’ race, academic major, student group association, or college career level.
YouthMappers chapter at West Virginia University
Working as a collaborative team, this co-founding chapter focuses on providing an open learning environment for those interested in working on projects that intersect international development, emergency response, and geographic information science. They connect beginners and experts by providing technical training and experience in building meaningful and useful geographic infrastructure data, while connecting to sister cities around the world.
YouthMappers chapter at Western Michigan University
Forum and mailing list for OpenStreetMap users in the Portland area
This group is to facilitate improvements to OpenStreetMap in the Portland, Oregon area to support applications such as the Open Trip Planner.
Email mailing list for the Massachusetts OSM community
Email mailing list for the New York State OSM community