Apply Now to Attend Space Generation Fusion Forum 2015, Held in Conjunction with the Space Foundation's 31st Space Symposium
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Young people from around the world are invited to apply now to attend the Space Generation Fusion Forum 2015, a U.S. space event for select university students and young professionals.
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) Fusion Forum 2015 will take place April 12 and 13 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA, and will be held in conjunction with the Space Foundation’s 31st Space Symposium.
Fusion Forum assembles a select group of up to 50 top young professionals and students from various areas of space — government, industry and academia — for interactive panel discussions, presentations from today’s space sector leaders and a unique opportunity to engage with peers from around the world.
Fusion Forum attendees will have the opportunity to meet many high-level international space leaders through networking events and select Space Symposium activities, including a New Generation reception, the Space Symposium’s opening ceremony and the Ball Aerospace Exhibit Center opening event. The Space Foundation’s New Generation Space Leaders programs at the Space Symposium help young space professionals gather insight through interaction with senior industry leaders.
Apply by March 28 to be chosen for the Space Generation Fusion Forum 2015 at http://spacegeneration.org.
See more about the 31st Space Symposium at www.spacesymposium.org.
Based in Vienna, Austria, SGAC is a non-governmental organization representing students and young space professionals in the space sector to the United Nations, space agencies, industry and academia. SGAC has permanent observer status in the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS), and was conceived at the Third United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Space (UNISPACE-III) in Vienna in 1999. SGAC currently has a network of 5,000 university students and young professionals in the space sector in over 90 countries. For more about SGAC, go to http://spacegeneration.org.
This article is part of Space Watch: March 2015 (Volume: 14, Issue: 3).
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