[ESIP-all] *Deadline approaching*: ESIP Community Fellows Program (due 10/8)

Megan Carter megancarter at esipfed.org
Mon Oct 4 09:46:08 EDT 2021

*Call for Applications for the 2022 Earth Science Information Partners
(ESIP) Community Fellows Program*
ESIP <https://www.esipfed.org/> Community Fellows are graduate students and
post-docs (<2 yrs since graduation) interested in bridging the gap between
informatics and Earth Science. This fellowship provides fellows with a
chance to work closely with professionals in an interdisciplinary,
cross-sector group (ESIP collaboration area
<https://www.esipfed.org/get-involved/collaborate>) on current Earth
Science problems. Community fellows become engaged in ESIP collaboration
areas, helping to document group activities on monthly virtual telecons and
at ESIP’s semi-annual meetings. As fellows become more familiar with
collaboration-area activities, they may choose to integrate their own
research, which can result in publication and additional funding
opportunities. This opportunity has numerous benefits, including:

   - Networking with professionals in your research field
   - Opportunities to share your research with a broader audience
   - Opportunities to learn collaboration best practices
   - Exposure to potential career tracks – government, industry, academic

Fellows receive a stipend of $2000. They also receive support to attend the
2022 ESIP January and July Meetings, both of which bring together the most
innovative thinkers and leaders around Earth data, thus forming a
community dedicated
to making Earth observations more discoverable, accessible and useful to
researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and the public.

Fellows must be able to attend both meetings to participate in the
fellowship, as well as be able to work legally in the US. You can learn
about the 2021 Class of Community Fellows here
*Learn more about the opportunity and apply by *this FRIDAY 10/8* here

Send questions to megancarter at esipfed.org.
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