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KARI Education

International Space Education Board (ISEB)

The International Space Education Board (ISEB) is a forum whose purpose is to provide a mechanism for enhanced cooperation among its members with a twofold objective of (1) increasing literacy achievement in connection with space for various subjects including science, technology engineering, and mathematics (STEM), and (2) supporting the future workforce needs of space programs.

The Board has been founded on October 17, 2005 and Korea aerospace research institute (KARI), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Canadian Space Agency (CSA), European Space Agency (ESA), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), National Centre for Space Studies (CNES), Mexican Space Agency (AEM), South African National Space Agency (SANSA), Victorian Space Science Education Centre (Australia) and United Arab Emirates Space Agency (UAESA) have joined ISEB.

The scope of ISEB is (1) to discuss global issues of importance to each member’s youth outreach and education programs, (2) establish ISEB objectives and joint education initiatives, including, as appropriate, initiatives with other organizations interested in space-related education, (3) address common interests that can help members achieve their education goals by leveraging international efforts, and (4) Create opportunities using the capabilities and expertise of its members to strengthen their education activities and maximize their reach.

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NASA internship

Undergraduate or graduate whose major is one of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) can participate in NASA internship to interact and work alongside with not only American student but also international students from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Europe, Israel, Jordan, Lithuania, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates on research opportunities.

NASA internship is arranged in three Terms during the calendar year (Spring, Summer and Fall terms). The applicants must (1) be currently an undergraduate or graduate degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) in a topic relevant to NASA's mission priorities, (2) be with minimum GPA 3.0, (3) have high academic standing and a demonstrated interest in the aerospace field, and (4) show proficiency in English.

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Space Generation Congress (SGC)

The Space Generation Congress (SGC) is the annual meeting of the Space Generation Advisory Council held in conjunction with the International Astronautical Congress. Participants are top university students and young professionals with a passion for space who are selected from among applicants from our Space Generation international network. SGC aims to hone and promote the voice of the next generation of space sector leaders on the topic of international space development.

Participants will listen to perspectives on space issues from the world’s leading space organizations, including: the International Astronautical Federation (IAF), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN COPUOS). And participants will make presentations and discussion meetings on space policy, space law, space transportation, space technology.

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KARI e-mentoring

KARI provides e-mentoring for elementary, middle, and high school students who are interested in aerospace field. KARI researchers give lectures on unmanned aerial vehicle, satellite, space launch vehicle, and lunar exploration field and advice what students have to do to be an aerospace researchers. Elementary, middle, and high school classroom teachers can apply by sending email to yeseulkim@kari.re.kr. Monitor, webcam and microphone are required.

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Online Camp for elementary and middle school students

KARI holds online camp for elementary and middle school students who are interested in aerospace field. Elementary school students will attend a lecture on one of the topics which are unmanned aerial vehicle, satellite, space launch vehicle, and lunar exploration field. And they will learn how to make ‘Astronaut game’, using Scratch, coding program. If it not easy for elementary students to do it by themselves, their family can join together and help them. Middle school students can attend a lecture on one of the topics which are unmanned aerial vehicle, satellite, space launch vehicle, and lunar exploration field, too. And they will have a scratch arduino programming class which makes participants estimate satellite attitude, using acceleration sensor attached on a satellite.

* S4A : Scratch for Arduino is a Scratch modification that brings the easiness of programming with Scratch to the Arduino board

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Scratch, coding program of Online Camp for elementary School Students

Scratch for Arduino program of Online Camp for Middle School Students

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