SGAC has launched its new online store (learn more here). To help the global SGAC network engage with this new initiative, the SGAC invites you to develop a special SGAC logo that will be featured in the new online store!
The Space Medicine and Life Sciences (SMLS) project group at the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is launching an essay competition for all space enthusiasts, including students and young professionals.
The Space Generation Advisory Council is looking for an active young space leader from the Middle East 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 the Middle East, 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 volunteers to support the organization of SGx2021, to be held in March 2021 in Washington, D.C., United States.
Teams of volunteers have been focussed on enabling virtual workshops and webinars engaging thousands of people in activities, keeping the network United.
SGAC is pleased to announce the winners of the NEO Renaissance Poster Competition 2020 in three categories.
Several private individuals in the space industry have set up a scholarship to offer to cover the registration fee for all Black, including African and Afro-descendant, students and young professionals attending the SpaceGen United.
SGAC is proud to announce the following appointments to our team after the latest round of vacancy applications.
Apply today to be the National Point of Contact (NPoC) of your country! NPoCs are volunteers that act as contact point for SGAC in their country, forming a local team that coordinated SGAC activities at national level. Each country can have up to two NPoCs who work together to coordinate SGAC activities in their country.
SGAC held elections in May to elect the next Regional Coordinator (RC) in the European Region. We are happy to announce the selection of Alexandra Jercaianu (Romania) as the new Regional Coordinator for Europe. Detailed election results and the profile of the applicant follows. Alexandra was the only candidate that ran for the election. All the votes supported that candidacy and hence Alexandra has been re-elected for a second term.