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Expressions of interest to join the pilot program are open and will close 11.59 pm AEDT on Sunday 24 October 2021.
Conversations in space aims to build the foundation of an annual mentoring program that will support the space sector to be stronger, more diverse and inclusive, and better prepared to tackle the challenges of the future.

The Australian Academy of Science invites postgraduate students and early career researchers in Australia to submit an expression of interest to join the Conversations in space pilot program as mentees. The activities of the pilot will take place online from November 2021 to February 2022, with a three-week break during the Christmas–New Year period.
The pilot is supported by the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) and will bring together a diverse group of mentees to take part in engaging discussions and be paired with a mentor from the Australian space sector who will provide insights and advice to support their career development.

To participate complete the expression of interest form and tell us about you, why you would like to be involved and provide details for a referee. Your referee can be a current or recent employer, manager, supervisor, or team leader.

Mentees must work/study in any of these fields to be eligible, planetary science, radio science, remote sensing and Earth observation, communications technologies, position navigation and timing, robotics and automation, space health and life sciences, space situational awareness, spacecraft technologies, space weather and heliosphere, and STEM education.
Participation in free. There is caring and accessibility support available to facilitate the participation of the selected mentees in the different components of the program.

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Expressions of interest to join the pilot program are open and will close 11.59 pm AEDT on Sunday 24 October 2021.
Conversations in space aims to build the foundation of an annual mentoring program that will support the space sector to be stronger, more diverse and inclusive, and better prepared to tackle the challenges of the future.

The Australian Academy of Science invites postgraduate students and early career researchers in Australia to submit an expression of interest to join the Conversations in space pilot program as mentees. The activities of the pilot will take place online from November 2021 to February 2022, with a three-week break during the Christmas–New Year period.
The pilot is supported by the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) and will bring together a diverse group of mentees to take part in engaging discussions and be paired with a mentor from the Australian space sector who will provide insights and advice to support their career development.

To participate complete the expression of interest form and tell us about you, why you would like to be involved and provide details for a referee. Your referee can be a current or recent employer, manager, supervisor, or team leader.

Mentees must work/study in any of these fields to be eligible, planetary science, radio science, remote sensing and Earth observation, communications technologies, position navigation and timing, robotics and automation, space health and life sciences, space situational awareness, spacecraft technologies, space weather and heliosphere, and STEM education.
Participation in free. There is caring and accessibility support available to facilitate the participation of the selected mentees in the different components of the program.

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