SGAC and the Maui Economic Development Board are in the process of planning the sixth EMER-GEN® Program in conjunction with the Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance Technologies (AMOS) Conference.
SGAC's Space Mentoring Program is conducted twice a year around Spring and Fall. This webinar is open to the public, and is part of the Fall 2022 session mentoring track.
SGAC is looking for a full-time paid in-person Operations Officer to work under the supervision of the SGAC Chief of Staff at our office in Vienna, Austria.
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While the mandate of SGAC is to focus on students and young professionals aged 18-35, a big part of the SGAC network includes our fantastic alumni community and SGAC is now looking for two additional Alumni Team members!
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 10th Space Generation Fusion Forum (April 14 - 17). The successful applicant will be able to attend the 10th Space Generation Fusion Forum (SGFF) and will be granted free access to the 38th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, USA.
We are happy to host the second edition of the ‘Alumni End of the Year Party’! This online event will bring together SGAC alumni to share their past SGAC experiences and celebrate the last year!. In this webinar, we will hear from SGAC alumni who can bring in their breadth of experiences during their active years at SGAC and reminisce with the SGAC community.. We will also present how SGAC alumni can get actively involved with SGAC. We hope that this event serves the purpose of connecting the past SGAC members who are eager to meet and greet their old counterparts and also make new acquaintances. During the session, the Alumni team will also present the proceedings of the previous year to its members and provide an insight of the Alumni team agenda. Through this event we intend to encourage more active participation from the Alumni members and connect with the current enthusiastic SGAC members; thus strengthening the SGAC community even further! We hope you can join us!
Last year, our very own Prince William came out in opposition to the Space industry. Why do we disagree? Join us on this webinar!
SGAC is proud to announce the following appointments to our team after the latest round of vacancy applications.
Gender equality and diversity are becoming very important issues in the space sector. In the Asia-Pacific region, we can see a significant gap in this area. This is becoming heavily important particularly in promoting more women participation in the space sector in the region.