The Space Studies Board (SSB) of The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will be hosting an Early Career Program during the 2019 Space Science Week in Washington, DC (USA).
The Global Grants Programme facilitates the attendance of international delegates who bring unique and insightful firsthand perspectives to the Space Generation Fusion Forum. This is accomplished through awarding grants to selected applicants that will provide support to attend the 8th Space Generation Fusion Forum (5 - 8 April, 2019) and 35th Space Symposium (8 - 11 April, 2019) held in Colorado Springs, USA.
The Global Space Congress is a strategic gathering of global space industry leaders. Promoting the worldwide industry of space, the Congress brings together over 700 key space agencies, commercial space, academia and end users of space services to evaluate the biggest opportunities in the space sector and to get exposure to the world’s most vibrant and energetic new space programmes.
The African Space Leaders Award aims to recognize SGAC members for their contributions to the space field in Africa as well as to provide opportunities to talented individuals to attend the African Space Generation Workshop (17 - 18 December 2018) held in Port Louis, Mauritius.
SGAC has partnered with NASA SCaN to allow 2 students or young professionals who have expressed an interest in a career in space communication and navigation to attend the SGAC/AAS NextGen Event in association with the ISS R&D Conference 2018 hosted in San Francisco, California.
Through the partnership between SGAC and GomSpace, this scholarship is available for students studying in Denmark, or for students of Danish nationality regardless of their current country of residence, to attend the 69th International Astronautical Congress (1 – 5 October 2018) in Bremen, Germany. If the winner has been selected to attend the 17th Annual Space Generation Congress (27 – 29 September 2018), the scholarship will also cover costs related hereto.
The Italian Space Agency (ASI), in collaboration with the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), offers up to 3 grants to university students regularly enrolled in a Master’s course (corso di laurea magistrale o specialistica), 2nd level Master’s course or a Doctorate course in an Italian university, to participate in the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) on October 1st-5th, 2018 and in the Space Generation Congress (SGC), that will be held the previous week, on September 27th-29th, in Bremen, Germany.
Through the partnership between SGAC and the CNES, this scholarship is available for students studying in France, or for students of French nationality regardless of the country where they study, to attend the 69th International Astronautical Congress (01 – 05 October 2018) in Bremen, Germany.
The ISS Crew Fund in cooperation with the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) introduces the ISS Crew Fund Scholarship. This scholarship is an opportunity for students and young professionals to share their views and analysis on the future of human spaceflight and exploration by submitting a one page essay. The winners will attend the Space Generation Forum 2.0 (SGF2.0) to be held 16-17 June 2018 in Vienna, Austria
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