Why should you be an SGAC Member?

  • Be part of the voice of the next generation of Space leaders: have direct input on projects representing the young generation and topics whose results have the direct eyes and ears of high-level leaders at the United Nations, national governments, space agencies, industry, and academia

  • Participate in top Space events designed for university students and young professionals: attend high-energy and high-impact SGAC-run conferences, outreach events, and gatherings around the world

  • Receive exclusive opportunities: SGAC and its partners offer scholarships, competitions and awards to members to attend conferences around the world and participate in panels

  • Develop highly desirable leadership skills through positions within our teams – only open to SGAC members

  • Network and meet up-and-coming international leaders in all areas of the Space sector

  • Stay in the Space loop: receive the latest news, job-postings, and information from all corners of the global space sector – sign up to our TALK mailing list (open to everybody interested in space)

How to Register?

Registering and becoming a member is free! Go to the “Join Now” page and register for an account. After you have registered your account and verified your email, you may login to the SGAC member-only section of the website to access to special opportunities and scholarships as well as to connect with other members worldwide.

What to do next as a SGAC Member?

Once you login, browse the website and become more familiar with SGAC and its activities.

The Member’s Home is your home page for everything SGAC-related. Log in to your SGAC Web Account each time you come back and you will be brought to this page.  There, you can see all the latest opportunities available to you.

SGAC provides an environment for growth and development for our members around the world to gain skills that can prove essential to their future career. You can get involved by:

  • Contacting your National Point of Contact in your country to help impact local Space policy, projects and events (See Our Network and then click on the Region you are part of)
  • Working with our year-round project groups to study some of the pressing matters in the Space sector
  • Joining one of our SGAC teams to support the organization of events and other activities. Check the latest vacancies here.
  • Applying for various scholarship opportunities available on our website
  • Attend one of the SGAC events
  • Pitching your own idea for a project or an event to SGAC!