The SSPI Scholarship Program assists deserving students with meeting the high costs of undergraduate and post-graduate study in disciplines related to space and satellite. This chapter-led program provides scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $3,500 to high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students from locations around the world. For a list of SSPI chapters, click here.
For 2019, SSPI will be collaborating with the Bay Area Women in Space, and Space in the Bay, with the support of KSAT, to issue a Women in Space Scholarship for women in the California Bay area. Click here to learn more and apply.
Sponsors receive brand acknowledgment within our global network in the call for applicants and reporting on scholarship winners, which generate tens of thousands of gross impressions. SSPI is currently raising money for the Educational Fund through the Dick Tauber Mentorship Fund. Please consider a donation in support of educational initiatives.
Space Generation Advisory Council
SSPI provides funding for a number of students each year to attend the Space Generation Advisory Council Congress, which provides space policy recommendations to the United Nations and precedes each year's International Aeronautical Congress. SSPI selects students with a focus on satellite technology and applications from launch and propulsion to earth observation and data analysis. SSPI executives and members attend to represent SSPI and participate in working groups.
SSPI has awarded scholarships to many exceptional students over the years. Click here to learn more about past SSPI Scholarship recipients.