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New Generation Initiatives

New Generation Initiatives

The Space Foundation provides a forum for promising young space professionals, age 35 and under, through New Generation Initiatives. We help New Generation space leaders learn about the business and advance their careers.


Features

Our exciting and energetic programs provide:

  • Access to top space leaders
  • Perspectives on industry developments and global space initiatives
  • Insight into science, policy and space issues 
  • Extraordinary networking opportunities

New Generation Initiatives include both stand-alone events and targeted programs in conjunction with major space activities and conferences such as the Space Symposium.


Space Symposium Activities

Almost 150 young space professionals annually participate in specialized New Generation Space Leaders Space Symposium programs, starting with the popular "speed mentoring" New Generation Leadership Exchange where up-and-coming space professionals meet with senior industry leaders to gather insight and get career tips.

Workshops, luncheons and presentations help New Generation participants understand critical space issues, such as how policy and budgets are developed. Multiple networking events bring young professionals together with senior leaders in an informal environment.

Plus, our daily Space Symposium master moderators all represent the New Generation ranks.

See photos of the 2013 New Generation Leadership Perspectives Luncheon from the 29th National Space Symposium here

New Generation Initiatives Program Co-Sponsors

See the latest Space Foundation New Generation news.

Read about upcoming events for space professionals, age 35 and younger.

Questions about New Generation Initiatives? Contact us.

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