Welcome to the SGAC Alumni Page!
While the mandate of SGAC is to focus on students and young professionals aged 18-35, a big part of the SGAC network (more than 50%) constitutes those who have either aged out or who have lost contact with the organization. The SGAC Alumni Programme was launched at the Space Generation Forum 2.0 in 2018 (after a series of successful alumni activities from 2015-2018) to help reconnect with SGAC Alumni, and use the potential of the SGAC alumni network in support of other SGAC activities.
Who Are The SGAC Alumni?
SGAC Alumni are:
- SGAC members (with a registered account on our website) who have not interacted with SGAC in the past three years.
- Those who care about the SGAC mission and vision, but are over the age limit of SGAC (past their 36th birthday).
How Can SGAC Alumni Contribute To SGAC?
SGAC organizes a series of activities to help connect it current members with the SGAC alumni, and help facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experiences in this context. These include:
- SGAC Alumni Gatherings
- Small gatherings held at yearly during IACs, Space Symposiums or other major events. Check the last Alumni Night
- SGAC: Through the Generations Event
- Alumni Spotlight (10 minute talks by alumni at SGAC events)
- Jim Volp at SGC 2018
- Virgiliu Pop at SGF 2.0 2018
- Mentoring SGAC members as advisors to different projects, enrolling in the SGAC Mentoring Program
The SGAC Alumni programme is young and its elements are being launched at SGAC events in 2018. We will be regularly advertising opportunities as they become available through our mailing list so be sure to check back or join our mailing list for more information about the program.