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As the integral non-technical division of SPACE, each of our teams here plays an important role in advertising and building the brand of the student organization, plus interacting with both the college student population in UC Berkeley and K-12 students in the Bay Area as we strive to inspire the new Artemis Generation of space explorers!

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Responsible for organizing activities to engage with K-12 schools in the area and host events to boost our social side, all to enhance SPACE's visibility and impact. 


Creates online content ranging from posts, videos, and web articles to highlight the club's achievements and upcoming events, ensuring SPACE's online presence.


Build partnerships and secure funding with potential sponsors in the industry. Manages SPACE's budget, keeping records and documents on allocated funds.



For students who haven't reached the collegiate level yet but want to make an impact on the Artemis program, those who are in 6th through 12th grade have the opportunity to take part in NASA's App Development Challenge (ADC). Whether you heard about the challenge during an outreach event at your school or through a connection from SPACE, we strongly encourage you to gather some friends and take on this challenge!

NASA's ADC, a Next Gen STEM activity, is a coding challenge in which NASA presents technical problems to middle and high school students seeking student contributions to deep space exploration missions. The ADC, in cooperation with NASA’s Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) program, is one of NASA’s Artemis Student Challenges, whose mission is to build foundational knowledge and introduce students to topics, techniques, and technologies critical to the success of the agency’s Artemis program. Top Teams will be invited to the culminating event at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX!

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