The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) has grown tremendously in the past few years, from increased international events to new project groups. This growth is supported by intensive work for the Strategic Partnerships Team (SPT), which is currently looking for a new co-coordinator.
SGAC is looking for a volunteer to become a co-lead of the Commercial Space Project Group. The new co-lead will work with current co-lead, José Ferreirs, to support the activities of the Project Group, and will report to the Project Group Coordinators Alessandra Vernile and Joshua Critchley-Marrows.
The SGAC is proud to announce an exciting new collaboration with the ECSL (European Center for Space Law), established under the auspices of the European Space Agency, aimed at promoting space law for students and young professionals. The event will be a simulation of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (Model UN COPUOS), to be held online in January/February 2022.
SGAC is looking for creative, motivated, and self-driven individuals to join the Public Relations (PR) and Communications team. These new team members will help execute the SGAC’s vision with excellence and professionalism in a global context.
The SGAC Graphic Designer will work with members of the PR & Comms team to develop graphic elements for use in SGAC’s global, regional, and local activities. The position will offer opportunities to work with passionate individuals in the space sector, as well as an increased awareness of the various space activities happening around the world.
SGAC is looking for a Membership Co-Manager to join our executive office. This position is in charge of compiling membership statistics, and providing insights on the membership base of SGAC to help determine the growth of our organisation, and to shape the SGAC annual strategy.
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is continuing preparations for the 2021 9th Space Generation Fusion Forum (SGFF) to be held in Colorado Springs, CO - USA on August 21-23. With the 10th SGFF scheduled for April 2022, the organisation is seeking a professionally qualified young space leader to join the SGAC as the SGFF 2022 Deputy Manager.
SGAC is looking for active and motivated volunteers to manage and grow the SGAC Alumni Programme alongside the Alumni Lead.
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 is looking for a volunteer to become a co-lead of the Small Satellites Project Group. The new co-lead will work with current co-lead, Daniel Wischert, to support the activities of the Project Group, and will report to the project group coordinators Alessandra Vernile and Joshua Critchley-Marrows.