The Australian Youth Aerospace Association is looking for enthusiastic, hard working university students who are passionate about aerospace to join the organising committee for the Australian Youth Aerospace Forum Brisbane 2018.
The AYAA is planning to set up a national university rocketry competition. This competition will entail teams’ students designing and building a rocket to launch to 10,000 or 30,000 feet. At the end of the years’ work, teams will travel to South Australia to compete. If this experience sounds exciting to you, then we need your help to make it happen. Completing this survey will provide the event organisers with important information regarding to how large the event can be and will ensure that it happens!
Nominations for the National AYAA Committee are now open!
All students are encouraged to apply and the AYAA would like to remind all applicants that positions are highly sought after, and stresses the importance of putting effort into your application. To learn more information and apply please follow the link below. Applications close on Friday the 24th of November, successful applicants will be announced at our AGM on Monday the 4th of December at 7.30PM AEST.
With UNSW Canberra at ADFA, the Australian Youth Aerospace Association are proud to announce the Australian Undergraduate Space Week, which will feature hands-on space engineering activities and have numerous PhD and internship opportunities! Space week is a 5 day event held in Canberra, during 20th-24th November 2017.
Applications are now open! Head over to the Australian Undergraduate Space Week page under our programs tab to learn more.
The Young Australian Space Leader (YASL) Award gives 3 students the opportunity to travel to the Space Generation Congress (SGC) and the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) held in Adelaide in September 2017. The award covers accommodation, flights, and registration to the SGC and IAC, as well as participation in the International Space Education Board (ISEB) held during the IAC. This award is jointly sponsored by the Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) and the Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC).