Be a Junior Data Scientist_

High school students in MAPSCorps use smartphones to produce high-quality data that will improve healthcare and wellbeing in their community.

MAPSCorps training lets high school students become confident and able communicators while developing basic job skills. Using mobile technology and a web-based mapping application, students are paid to collect information about pharmacies, social service centers, outpatient health clinics and other resources that will be placed on public websites. Students work directly with University of Chicago researchers and South Side community organizations. Find out more at 

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The Conversation_