College students can combine their education and talents with an interest in space and learn more about opportunities in the space industry at the second annual Space Career Fair for College Students. Scheduled Tuesday, March 30 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, the Space Career Fair is hosted by the Space Foundation, its corporate members and sponsoring companies. “The Career Fair addresses the space industry’s critical need of overcoming difficulties in attracting high-quality, young talent,” said Dr. Patricia Arnold, vice president of education and workforce development for the Space Foundation. “College students will benefit by learning about new space jobs they can aspire to, including those that require technical and non-technical expertise.”
March 10th, 2004
Out-of-this-World job opportunities await college students at Space Foundation’s free Space Career Fair The Space Foundation
March 2nd, 2004
Statement on Mars Rover discovery The Space Foundation
We congratulate NASA and its international partners for the significant findings announced today of the proof of water and a possibly habitable environment on Mars, discovered recently by the Opportunity Mars Rover – which is now exploring the Meridiani Planum on the Red Planet.