Love space? Fascinated by planets? Reach for the stars with a space career!
STEM Night: Exploring Careers in Space, will take place on Tuesday, May 4, from 4.30pm-6pm.
In this virtual STEM Night, hosted by the New York Hall of Science, we will explore some of the different kinds of space jobs out there in the professional world. While you may immediately think – ‘astronaut!’ – there’s actually many types of space careers across many fields of study – such as computer science, physics, environmental science, engineering and communications.
This virtual event will feature a STEM Panel, as well as breakout conversations focused around specific space and space-adjacent fields – giving youth participants the opportunity to connect with industry professionals.
Audience: High school and college students who are curious about careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).
Please note: This event has limited capacity – priority will be given to high school and college students. Confirmed registrants will be sent a Zoom link prior to the event.
Free, R.S.V.P. required.
The Alan J. Friedman Center for the Development of Young Scientists is supported by:
Barker Welfare Foundation
Carson Family Charitable Trust
Cognizant U.S. Foundation
Countess Moira Charitable Foundation
Nicholas and Anita Donofrio
General Motors Corporation
Golden Family Foundation
National Science Foundation
New York Community Trust
Siegel Family Endowment