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Sept. 21, 2022


AIAA Launches New STEM Education Initiative to Inspire Students to Consider Careers in Aerospace

SAN FRANCISCO The American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) has announced the liftoff of Students To Launch, a new national science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiative to engage underserved, underrepresented students in the challenges, inspiration, and opportunities of spaceflight. The announcement was made at the 20th annual Dreamforce event during the “Inspiring Innovation at Light Speed” reception.


Students To Launch (S2L) invites students across the country to participate in NASA mission-inspired activities hosted by science centers, museums, and other informal, afterschool programs called S2L Hubs. Students who complete S2L activities at these hubs will be eligible for the full-scale experience of witnessing a space launch in person, traveling to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) to learn about a wide spectrum of space missions, meeting aerospace professionals including astronauts, and imagining a future for themselves working in the space industry.



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First Native American woman in space talks to reservation's students - Scripps News

December 6, 2022

‘Students to Launch’ Group Visits Kennedy Space Center - NASA

November 28, 2022

New Haven students witness NASA's Artemis rocket launch in Florida. For some, it's their first time in a plane - New Haven Register

October 4, 2022

UM Spectrum Discovery sends 48 local middle schoolers to Kennedy Space Center - Valley Journal



Rebecca Gray

AIAA Communications

Mike Curie

Griffin Communications Group

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