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2024 Student Prize Competition - 27th of April 2024. For the youth with a gift and vision. SSPI Mid-Atlantic presents the 2024 annual Engineering Student Prize Competition


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2024 Student Prize Competition - 27th of April 2024

SSPI Mid-Atlantic presents the 2024 annual Engineering Student Prize Competition, showcasing the hard work, creativity, and vision of the next generation of satellite and aerospace professionals. Students whose projects have been nominated to compete will present their projects to a panel of judges representing the satellite and space industry, for the chance to win scholarship money to advance their studies. 

Date:           Saturday, April 27th, 2024
Time:           9:00 AM — 1:30 PM
Location:    Intelsat 7900 Tysons One Place McLean, VA 22102

Prizes will be awarded in three categories

•$1,000 prize for Best Application of the Scientific Method

•$1,000 prize for Most Innovative and Original Project

•$1,000 prize for Most Effective Presentation

Please join us for Competition Day, Saturday April 27

Arrival of Participants  8:30am – 9:00am

Opening remarks  9:00am

Competition Presentations:   9:20am – 12:35pm

Networking Luncheon:  12:35pm – 1:20pm

Announcement of Winners:  1:20pm

It is open and free to the public, however pre-registration through this site is required. If you are logged in to your SSPI account, simply click "attending" above.  If you are not logged in, or do not have an SSPI account, you can still RSVP above without logging in.

Donations are welcome and well appreciated to help support the SSPI mission

Sign up soon here!

Free parking is available in Parking Garage E for Tysons Corner Shopping Center.

Paid parking is available in Tysons Tower across the street.


SSPI Mid-Atlantic Chapter is regional chapter of the Space and Satellite Professionals International with the purpose of promoting professionalism and education by individuals within all aspects of the satellite and aerospace industries, promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics education among school-age and working age individuals, and fostering the entry of individuals into the satellite and aerospace industries.


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