The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) has grown tremendously in the past few years, from increased international, regional and local events to new project groups. This growth is supported by the intensive work of the Strategic Partnerships Team (SPT), which is currently looking for new team members. Be a part of shaping the future of our organization, while growing your space network and working on your leadership skills!
As the term for our current Treasurer is coming to an end in June, SGAC is looking for a new person to step up to this important role. This position is a key leadership role within the SGAC, providing assistance, direction, and management of the SGAC Finance team.
The Space Generation Leadership Award facilitates the attendance of international delegates who bring unique and insightful first-hand perspectives to the Space Generation Congress. It selects top international applicants to attend the 19th Space Generation Congress (8-10 October 2020) and the 71st International Astronautical Congress (IAC) (12 – 16 October, 2020) held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
My term as Chair of SGAC has come to an end and as I prepare to transition into an advisory role, I would like to share with you a few thoughts about how SGAC has changed in the last couple of years and the challenges that lie ahead.
SGAC and the International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG) are looking for your ideas and visions for the future of lunar exploration. The ILEWG Scholarship – Young Lunar Explorer (YLE) recognizes young members of the space community who have been supporting the path to further lunar exploration with their scientific or technical contributions, and those with a vision on the future of the exploration of our closest celestial neighbour.
SGAC election for a new Co-Chairperson in 2020 has been completed and we are pleased to welcome Harriet Kate Brettle (United Kingdom) as the new Co-Chair of SGAC.
The Space Generation Advisory Council is looking for an active young space leader from the African region to become the next Regional Coordinator (RC) for this Region. This two-year role is a volunteer position that offers a chance to lead and be responsible for the voice of the next generation of young space leaders in Africa, especially as activities and excitement in the region has expanded over the past years in the space sector, and at SGAC.
The Space Generation Advisory Council is looking for an active young space leader from the European region to become the next Regional Coordinator (RC) for this Region. This two-year role is a volunteer position that offers a chance to lead and be responsible for the voice of the next generation of young space leaders in Europe, especially as activities and excitement in the region has expanded over the past years in the space sector, and at SGAC.
SGAC is looking for a volunteer to join the SGAC team as Project Coordinator. Project Coordinators are tasked with overseeing the activities of SGAC’s eight Project Groups and reporting those activities to the SGAC Executive Council.
SGAC is looking for a volunteer to become a co-lead of the Small Satellites Project Group. The new co-lead will work with current co-lead, Daria Stepanova, to support the activities of the Project Group, and will report to the project group coordinators Ciro Farinelli and Alessandra Vernile.