The California Space Grant Consortium is proud to assist the community of Clairemont in recruiting college students to act as mentors for The Students Spaceflight Experiment Program offered through the National Center for Earth and Space Science Education.
This amazing STEM program will allow college students to share their knowledge and excitement about science with middle and high school students as they work to create a microgravity experiment that will be launched to the International Space Station. Volunteer mentors can improve their own leadership and communication skills while playing a vital role in shaping the future of younger students. With just a small time commitment, your experiences and ideas can inspire the scientists of tomorrow. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the team that sends their experiment to the ISS!
Flexible hours available. To fill out a volunteer form or to request more information please click here.