The African Union has kindly agreed to sponsor 10 African SGAC members to attend the GMES & Africa Second Continental Forum on 6-10 December 2021 in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. The African Union is providing funds that will aim to partially cover the round trip travel costs via economy airfare, accommodation, visa costs and possible covid tests. The award will be managed directly by the African Union.
The celebration continues here in the Asia-Pacific and we welcome you to join our Space Halloween Party. On this occasion, we have lined up the following events for you to take part in: The Great SGAC Bake-Off Space Halloween Costume Contest Apart from the fun and excitement, you would also stand a chance to win some cool prizes. So hop on and join the spooktacular celebration!
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) and International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC) are sponsoring a special asteroid search campaign during the month of November, which will run for 4 weeks from November 1st to November 26th, 2021. Your team will have a chance to be selected amongst 30 schools and teams worldwide to participate in the Find an Asteroid 2021 search campaign.
FIND AN ASTERIOD 2021 SGAC Asteroid Search Campaign DISCOVER AND NAME AN ASTEROID! Form a team with 3 - 5 SGAC members and apply by October 25, 2021. The search campaign will take place November 1 - November 26, 2021. Scroll down to find out all details and how your team can participate.
SGAC are delighted to announce Tania Gres as the winner of the 2021 OHB SE competition
Chris Boshuizen, now an Operating Partner at DCVC (Data Collective), was a student at the University of Sydney when he received an SGAC scholarship to attend the Space Generation Congress (SGC) 2002 in Houston, Texas.
Scholarship to attend the 5th AF-SGW in South Africa
This year’s World Space Week celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of women to the space sector and sciences. What a great occasion to the Diversity and Gender Equality (Our Giant Leap) Project Group to give the SGAC members the opportunity to win a mentoring session and a feature in the Our Giant Leap magazine to show their thoughts and ideas on the topic of women in space. Through this quiz competition around this theme, the participants will have to combine historic knowledge as well as open-reflections about diversity in the aerospace sector. We hope you will enjoy it!
SGAC is looking for volunteers to support the organization of SGx2022, to be held on March 21, 2022 in Washington D.C., United States. All organizing team members will report to the SGx 2022 Manager, Ginny Randall (United States).
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is seeking a professionally qualified young space leader to join the SGAC as the SGx2022 Deputy Manager.