With the success of SSS-PG Essay Competition 2019, the SSS-PG Essay Competition is now an annual event that promotes the involvement of individuals with a passion for space. The competition deadline has been extended to January 13th 2021 23:59 UTC. The competition is now closed. "What Space [...]
Discover and name an asteroid! Form a team with 3 - 5 SGAC members and apply by November 5, 2020. The search campaign will take place November 9 - December 4, 2020. Scroll down to find out all details and how your team can participate. The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) and International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC) are sponsoring a special asteroid search campaign during the month of November and December, which will run for 4 weeks from November 9th to December 4th, 2020.
The African Space Leader Award aims to recognise SGAC members for their contributions to the space field in the SGAC region of Africa as well as to provide opportunities to talented individuals to attend the 4th African Space Generation Workshop (AF-SGW) on February 25-26 2021 to be held in Accra, Ghana.
SGAC has partnered with the European Space Agency (ESA) to bring 2 Students or Young Professionals to attend the 5th European Space Generation Workshop (October 30-31) in Madrid, Spain.
Avascent, in cooperation with the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), are happy to announce the first edition of the Avascent Scholarship. This scholarship is an opportunity for students and young professionals to get funding to attend the 5th E-SGW workshop in Madrid by submitting your CV and a Letter of Interest. One winner will be selected to attend the 5th European Space Generation Workshop (E-SGW), to be held in Madrid, Spain, on October 30 - 31 2020. Deadline: 23rd of August 2020, 23:59 GMT
OHB SE, one of Europe’s most prominent satellite developers, and SGAC are collaborating to support SGAC members to attend the 1st SG[Germany] to be held in Munich, Germany, in November 2020. It has been almost 10 years since OHB started offering scholarships to young professionals and students to participate in the Space Generation Congress. This year, as the SGC is not able to take place, OHB will offer a scholarship to an SGAC member to participate in the SG[Germany], which is still planned to take place on the 14th of November in Munich.
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.
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.