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.
Our Giant Leap and this year’s SpaceGen United (SGU) organizing team have decided to partner up for an artwork competition on the theme “Women in the aerospace sector”. The contributions must also reflect the shared values of both parties which are gender equality and diversity, expressed under the sustainable development goal number 5.
SGAC is excited to announce an opportunity for a student or young professional to attend the 2020 ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy, which will be taking place online. The SGAC ECSL Competition seeks to provide an opportunity for students and young professionals of nationalities that are often under-represented in such events to take part in the ECSL Summer Course.
Climate change is the defining issue of our time. From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of flooding, the impact of climate change is global in scope and unprecedented in scale. Action is needed and young people play a key role. UNOOSA and SGAC want to give a voice to and promote youth’s ideas on how space, in all its aspects, can mitigate climate challenges.
Are you a professional space enthusiastic photographer or a passionate hobby photographer? Yes? Then this scholarship is for you. SGAC is looking for an Event Photographer to capture the activities during the 19th Space Generation Congress (October 8 – 10, 2020) and the 71st International Astronautical Congress (October 12 – 16, 2020) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
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.
One of the goals of the Space Generation Congress (SGC) is to provide an opportunity for interaction between members of the space sector with diverse geographic and technical backgrounds. To enable those members of the SGAC community without sources of funding to attend the event, and recognize our active members, SGAC has been running the Space Generation Leadership Award (SGLA). The Space Generation Leadership Award facilitates the attendance of international delegates who bring unique and insightful firsthand perspectives to the Space Generation Congress. It selects top international applicants to attend the 19th Space Generation Congress (08 - 10 October, 2020) and the 71st International Astronautical Congress (IAC) (12 - 16 October, 2020) held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
SGAC has partnered with the European Space Agency (ESA) to bring 2 Students or Young Professionals to attend the 5th European Space Generation Workshop (May 8-9) in Madrid, Spain. Application deadline: 25th of March 2020, 23:59 GMT
Dabble in design? Have a little artistic flare? Looking to get your creative juices flowing? Then the SGC 2021 Logo Competition is for you!
SGAC has partnered with Avascent to bring 1 Student or Young Professional to attend the 5th European Space Generation Workshop (May 8-9) in Madrid, Spain.