Saturday, January 27, 2007
The Space Generation Advisory Council, a non-governmental agency which touts itself as the worlds largest space youth network, is looking for a few good men and women to join its global space advocacy effort.
Most members are students and young professionals, but anyone between the ages of 18-35 looking to help convince world governments and space agencies to push harder when it comes to the exploration of space, is welcome.
Visit their website ExplorersWanted.com to learn more. Basically, they need volunteers to help them get organized, get the word out and start making waves in the scientific community by germinating, discussing and developing new ideas when it comes to space technology.
The idea for a global network of space volunteers sprang from the minds of International Space University founders Peter Diamandis, Bob Richards and Todd Hawley, who believe that all persons born after 1961 have at least one thing in common: The prospect of human space travel was no longer fantasy...
Posted by Jerry Battiste at 4:22 PM