Space Foundation News

The Space Foundation has launched a new Space Commerce Speaker and Webinar Series, designed to help those who are interested in taking advantage of profitable business opportunities that are resulting from technological advancements driven by commercial space activities. The webinars were produced by the Space Foundation and are currently available at no charge.
The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) has provided funding for the Space Foundation to present a series of nationwide workshops with the goal of bringing minority business leaders into the greater space commerce community. The first workshop was held in Denver in December and registration is now open for the next two workshops, one in Los Angeles on Jan. 26 and one in Houston on Feb. 5… Read more
Student artists from around the world are invited to submit their original artwork depicting the theme "Where Will Your Spaceship Take You?”  
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Oct. 15, 2018) – At a Visit Colorado Springs awards ceremony attended by Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers on Oct. 11, Space Foundation Vice President – Operations Kathleen Vinson received the 2018 Tourism Leadership Award.
The Space Foundation is honored to be a participating charity in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the official workplace giving campaign of the Federal government. If you are a member of the U.S. military, a federal or civilian employee or a postal worker, you can give to us through CFC.
Front Range Airport received a spaceport license from the FAA earlier this month creating the new Colorado Air and Space Port.
The Space Foundation recently provided STEM programming to visiting college-level students at a Lincoln Learning Center in Kabul, through oversight by the U.S. Embassy.
The Space Foundation receives support from a wide range of Corporate Members, who make it possible for us to successfully deliver programs that advance space-related endeavors. In return, our Corporate Members receive recognition, marketing, business development and networking opportunities, reports on important space issues and opportunities for deep involvement in the annual Space Symposium.
Thanks to the generosity of the Grainger Foundation, hundreds of students in Colorado will be afforded the opportunity to take a field trip to the Space Foundation Discovery Center. This week, Rich Stiner, Operation Manager for W.W. Grainger Inc, Colorado Springs, presented the Space Foundation with a check for $2,500.00.
As soon as the Space Foundation's annual Space Symposium wraps up each spring, our in-house marketing team begins work on design to promote the next year's Symposium.

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