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GIS PROJECT 2016

  • Engaged 800 6thgrade girls, which included 700 Turkish & 100 Syrian girls.

  • 5700 applications in total from 7 cities for GIS Camps.

  • 2500 people had the opportunity to learn about STEM through GIS Camps.

  • 255 students (175 university & 80 high school students) applied as volunteers.

  • Engaged with worldwide foundations.

  • 9 international organizations were involved with GIS Project.

  • 1100 audience members attended the 1st GIS International Conference

  • From a raffle, 70 students received tablets, 70 students joined to TUBITAK Summer School, 7 students attended #GISCampSiliconValley & 7 attended #GISCampSeoul

GIS PROJECT 2017

  • Engaged 900 6th grade girls, which included 700 Turkish & 200 Syrian girls.

  • 8200 applications in total from 7 cities for GIS Camps.

  • 4000 people had the opportunity to learn about STEM through GIS Camps.

  • 670 students (450 university & 220 high school students) applied as volunteers.

  • Engaged with worldwide foundations.

  • 1000 audience members attended the 2nd GIS International Conference.

  • From a raffle, 7 students attended #GISCampSiliconValley & 7 attended #GISCampShanghai

  • GIS Project was introduced on national & international newspapers, news channels & educational magazines from March 2017 to September 2017.

GIS PROJECT 2018

  • The World Bank Family Network Book Project in Washington DC provided books for the children.

  • Transformed a nursery class which is located in Harran, Şanlıurfa.

  • The class was rebuilt as an early childhood STEM classroom with STEM materials.

  • Volunteers from Turkey, South Korea, and Philippines worked together that impacted children.

GIS PROJECT 2019

COMING SOON.