Welcome to the GCE MyCOE Youth TechCamps Wiki!


Through the GCE MyCOE Youth TechCamps program, outstanding high school students in the United States were selected to form teams with their counterparts in Bolivia, Panama and South Africa. The idea behind the program is for these students to collaborate online and in person at one of three rounds of training events in these countries to address the theme of GeoTechnologies for Climate Change & Environment. Students participating in this program will be given academic preparation, orientation, cultural exchange activities, mentoring and training in the use of geotechnologies such as online mapping, community GIS, mobile GPS and crowd-mapping. Youth work will be featured in an online project fair and showcased at national venues. 

We will be using this wiki throughout the duration of the TechCamps program to communicate with one another, share links, post files and make important program announcements. Please be sure to bookmark this page!

Recent Announcements

  • GCE South Africa TechCamp participant profiled in The Courier-Journal article. Emilee McCubbins, a student from Louisville, Kentucky, who participated in the GCE MyCOE Youthe TechCamp program in Pretoria, South Africa was profiled in The Courier-Journal. Read full article here
    Posted Nov 24, 2014, 6:54 AM by Marcela Zeballos
  • Yates student headed to South Africa to study climate change by HISD CommunicationsSophomore Hayle Lyles is one of 120 students from around the world selected to participate in the  2014 Global Connections and Exchange; My Community, Our Earth (GCE ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2014, 2:13 PM by Nekya Young
  • NY State Assemblyman congratulates GCCE MyCOE South Africa Youth TechCamp participant! Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara of the New York State Assembly, 111th District, congratulated Rueben McWilliams with a certificate citing his many achievements including his participation in the GCE MyCOE South Africa ...
    Posted Jun 3, 2014, 12:30 PM by Marcela Zeballos
  • Follow us on social media! The GCE MyCOE Youth TechCamps are on Instagram and Twitter! Follow us!Twitter: @MyCOE_AAGInstagram: gcemycoe
    Posted Jun 2, 2014, 11:42 AM by Marcela Zeballos
  • Three students from Unicoi County 4-H GPS Team make the front page of the Johnson City Press! Dara Carney-Nedelman, Dylan Roberts and Eilsabeth Moughon, selected for the GCE MyCOE Youth TechCamps in Bolivia and South Africa, were featured on the front page of the Johnson City ...
    Posted Jun 2, 2014, 11:43 AM by Marcela Zeballos
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