World Space Week Association (WSWA) seeks two interns to help support the Executive Director and the Global Team in their endeavors in leading the largest space event on Earth. These will be volunteer, unpaid, part-time positions, for a period of 3 - 6 months. Interns...
World Space Week Association (WSWA) seeks an Operations Manager to support the Executive Director and the Association’s volunteers to coordinate World Space Week, the largest space event on Earth. This will be a paid, full-time contract, for a period of 2 years....
World Space Week Association (WSWA) seeks a Theme and Program Manager, to help support the Executive Director and the Global Team in their endeavours in leading the largest space event on Earth. This will be a paid, part-time position, for a period of 1 year. Theme...
Ways to Volunteer on World Space Week
Help the biggest space event on Earth! This page describes how you can contribute your time and talents to World Space Week.
National and Local Levels
Although WSW is represented in over 96 countries (see the list here), there are still many countries where we have no National Coordinator. The National Coordinator is the linking pin between the global team and the event organizers, national and local media and key contacts in a country.
If you are interested, please contact our National Coordinator Manager Mr. Armengol Torres to get an application form and volunteer job description.
If there is a National Coordinator in your country, you can volunteer as a Local Coordinator or you can offer to assist the National Coordinator. If you are interested in these roles, please contact your National Coordinator.
Other Ways to Get Involved
You can also work independently to support World Space Week in many ways. For example, you can:
- Organize an event during WSW, October 4-10, and add it to the global calendar. For example, speak to a classroom about space.
- Use social media to promote awareness of WSW and encourage friends to hold or attend an event that week
Be part of the largest network of space organizations on Earth!
Thank you for your support for World Space Week!