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The Club provides resources in the form of grants, information, and other services. Probably the most powerful resource available to members is fellowship with other members through the online Explorers Bulletin and other Member-to-Member services.

For Members and the General Public

The Club offers a number of grants as part of its public service commitment. Applications are judged on the scientific and practical merits of the proposal, the competency of the applicant, and the appropriateness of the budget.

Information Resources
The Club offers a range of information resources, both online and onsite at Headquarters.

For Members Only

Probably the most powerful resource the Club provides is fellowship with other members—a global network of expertise, experience, technology, industry, and support.

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