NL Space Campus joins forces with SGAC to grow the Space Young Professional community
Since last year, SGAC is a partner in our Network & Drinks events and there have been multiple collaborations to offer more opportunities to Young Professionals in the space industry. Recently NL Space campus has signed an official partnership with SGAC. On 30 May they host a networking event at PLNT! Leiden for anyone who wants to meet SGAC, like-minded YPs and members of SGAC.
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is the largest international network for students and young professionals interested in the space industry. Supported by the United Nations Programme on Space Applications, SGAC members have the opportunity to actively take part at COPUOS (The Committee on the Peaceful Use of Outer Space), partake in meaningful project groups and win scholarships to attend some of the most interesting global space events of the year.
A partnership to strengthen networking for Young Professionals
Together with SGAC NL Space Campus has signed a partnership, to strengthen our communities and offer more opportunities for young professionals in the space industry. They are now partner for Network & Drinks, support with lectures during the LDE NL Space Campus Summer School, are core partner for promoting NL Space Campus in their community and at IAC, and there are multiple plans for future events and collaborations.
Meet SGAC at one of their events or soon on 30 May at PLNT! Leiden
SGAC offers many opportunities to grow experience and industry knowledge by initiating the many workgroups, challenges, conferences and international network meetings between members. There are also several SGAC events organised in the Netherlands. Such as the Space Drinks on May 30 at PLNT! in Leiden. Here, you can meet many young professionals from the space industry and members of SGAC. Bram de Winter recently handed over his role as the National Point of Contact for The Netherlands to Ian van den Broek. Ian is joining Kim Regnery for the job. They can answer all of your questions and get you more involved in any of the workgroups if you are interested. If you cannot make it, no worries! They are always open for you to reach out to them personally. Ian is happy to tell you more about SGAC and answer any of your questions: email@example.com. Of course, they hope to see you in person in Leiden soon!
You can register for the Space Drinks on 30 May here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/s...