Space Careers Workshop – North & South America

Zoom

This workshop is part of SGAC's Space Mentoring Program and will be open to existing SGAC mentees and selected registrants of the wider public. The objective is to inspire students and young professionals about the space sector, enhance the visibility of role models in the field, and increase mentorship opportunities for the next generation of youth from the Americas.

Achieving Net Zero: A Space Industry Perspective

Zoom

In the NCAC Policy & Advocacy Webinar Series, we discuss policy topics relevant to the NCAC region with an international lens. For this webinar, we will discuss the impacts of the space industry on Earth’s climate and pathways to “net zero” emissions and environmentally friendly practices.

Space Generation Leadership Forum

Zoom

The SGAC Space Education & Professional Development team is inviting you, our SGAC volunteering team members, to our internal professional development event - the SpaceGen Leaders Forum (SGLF). Started in 2021 and recently revived, SGLF will now be an annual platform to commemorate and enhance the visibility of initiatives, instances of leadership, and efforts across all volunteers within SGAC. This edition of SGLF will be to showcase the work carried out in 2023, with a full-fledged version to be expected by the end of the year for 2024.

Terraforming Ascension: The Legacy of a Victorian era Geo-engineering Project on the conception of Space Colonization and Space Conservation

Zoom

The webinar will discuss the film TerraForma made by Kevin Brennan and Laurence Durkin and the lessons learned from the film's subjects on terraforming and landscape transformation. Science writer Oliver Morton and architect and writer Fred Scharmen who are both interviewed in the film will speak about their work in relation to the film's themes and subjects.

Search for Life in Space

Zoom

Get the answers to your questions about the search for life in the Universe! Our guest is Dr. Adrienne Kish, the Associate Professor in Astrobiology from Muséum National d'Histoire National (MNHN), France. Her research projects aim to understand what are the limits of life, why such limits exist, and how the conditions found on other planets could affect bacterial life as we know it!

SGAC France Interactive Webinar – 2024

Zoom

Are you new to SGAC? Would you like to connect with other SGAC members in France? Would you like to know more on how to be more active within the organisation? Then join us on March 19th from 7:30pm to 9pm CEST for a new SGAC France Interactive Webinar! During the webinar, we will have several presentations and activities related to the theme of space sustainability, to align the SG[France] 2024 and IAC theme, but also breakout rooms related to various topics! You will also have the opportunity to win your ticket to the SG[France]2024 event in Lyon!

Unlock your space potential: education, careers and projects for young people in Belarus

Zoom

Join our webinar "Unlock Your Space Potential: Education, Careers and Projects for Young People in Belarus"! We will tell you about the unique opportunities available to the youth in our country. Learn about the history of the space industry in Belarus, current projects and global trends, and how you can contribute to this exciting field. Join us and discover new horizons!

How to get your first job in space

Zoom

It’s clear that the hardest thing about working in Space is getting your foot in the door. I mean, how do you overcome being applicant #372? What makes you stand out amongst the crowd? What can you do to increase your odds? This is exactly what we’re going to be exploring in our upcoming “How to get your 1st job in Space”. Join us as Matt walks us through the different routes into the Space industry, what employers really look for, and how to best position yourself in the market. With an extended period of Q&A to really get your questions answered. Whether you’re about to graduate soon, or have been working for a while but been unable to make to switch, this event is for you.

Optimizing Space Technology for Earth Applications

Zoom

Our Specific Goals for this Event: 1. To gain knowledge of the various space technologies developed for diverse applications. 2. To understand the Importance of adapting space technology for practical applications on Earth. 3. To discuss best practices for maximizing space tech in underserved regions. 4. To Foster networking and collaboration, building partnerships for our forthcoming Regional event; The 8th Africa Space Generation Workshop 2024, at Abuja, This November.