Space Camp® launched in 1982 to inspire and motivate young people from around the country to join the ranks of space pioneers who persevere to push the boundaries of human exploration. Today, with attendees from all 50 states, territories and more than 60 foreign countries, the immersive program continues to challenge young people to dream of a future in space. With the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® as home base, trainees have an unparalleled environment to spur imagination.
The Space Camp Alumni Association (SCAA) represents all Space Camp®, Aviation Challenge® and Robotics Camp STEM education program alumni. The SCAA serves to harness the knowledge, abilities, and resources of camp program trainee and staff alumni for the advancement of programs, projects, and initiatives benefiting Space Camp, Aviation Challenge, and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center as a whole, while also inspiring both current and future alumni to action.
Space Camp has attracted more than 750,000 trainees since its inception.
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Anchors the global community of alumni uniting them all for enticing events, celebrations and opportunities.
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Operationalizes and spearheads efforts to achieve the vision and goals of the Board and Camp through hands-on engagement.
ATTENTION ALL SPACE CAMP ALUMNI IN THE FLORIDA SPACE COAST REGION AND/OR THOSE ATTENDING THE ORION EFT-1 LAUNCH:
The Space Camp Alumni Advancement Board will be participating in a pre-launch dinner Wednesday, December 3rd beginning at 6:00PM at El Leoncito in Titusville, FL (El Leoncito – 4280 S. Washington Ave (US#1); Titusville, FL 32780 http://elleoncito.com/ ) This dinner is being hosted by a combination of Space Camp Alumni and NASA Social Alumni and with participation from not only these groups, but also the space enthusiast community at-large.
As a part of the evening’s events, John Ramsey – AAB Chair, along with other members of the board will be presenting an update on Space Camp and the AAB’s plans for 2015 and beyond.
You won’t want to miss this evening with a great group of alumni and all-around space enthusiasts as we celebrate Human Spaceflight, Space Camp, STEM Education, and the first step in the ‘Next Giant Leap’.
We encourage you to wear your flight suits, jackets, hats, or any other camp memorabilia for the evening’s events – and come prepared to tell YOUR Space Camp story for our roving video cameras on how it inspired you and affected your life.
Please RSVP here by Thursday, November 20th if you plan to attend.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Attention Alums! There are some great opportunities for you to volunteer and assist Space Camp and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. If you’re interested in volunteering for any of the opportunities below, please send an email to email@example.com.
Thanks in advance!
Girl Scout 2014 National Council / 53rd Convention
Salt Lake City, UT (Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center)
Thursday, October 16th – Saturday October 18th
Volunteers Needed: 2-3 (preferably female, preferably a Girl Scout alumna)
Type of Work: Helping at exhibit booth, including speaking with Girl Scouts and troop leaders about Space Camp and our programs, handing out materials, getting troop leaders to sign-up for more information.
Scoutfest Boy Scout Event
Point Mallard Park, Decatur, AL
Saturday, November 8th 7:00AM – 7:00PM
Volunteers Needed: Requesting 4 or 5 volunteers (could be split into a couple shifts) for the day
Type of Work: Staffing the sales booth and talking with visitors about camp experience and programs, getting them to opt-in for email updates or sign up for alumni newsletter, etc. Expecting 8,000-9,000 scouts.
Rocket City Marathon
Huntsville, AL (for course segment at U.S. Space & Rocket Center)
Saturday, December 12th 9:30AM – 2:00PM
Volunteers Needed: 5 to 6 people to help
Type of Work: Race Marshalls – people who can direct racers & museum guests through Rocket Park during the race.
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