The Georgia Space Grant Consortium (GSGC) is a statewide collaboration between affiliate and partner organizations.  Partners are organizations that perform work related to the goals of the GSGC.  Partners often communicate and collaborate with GSGC in activities even if financial commitments are not made.
Atlanta Metropolitan State College

Atlanta Metropolitan State College , a University System of Georgia (USG) institution, has a rich history tied to the City of Atlanta. The college offers high quality baccalaureate, associate and certificate programs that are challenging, comprehensive and very affordable, across four academic divisions: (1) Business and Computer Science, (2) Humanities and Fine Arts, (3) Science, Math, and Health Professions, and (4) Social Sciences.

Center for Sustainable Communities


The Center for Sustainable Communities is a non profit that ensure that communities, neighborhoods, cities and counties provided with the tools and systems that support programs and projects to make our planet that promotes clean energy, more environmentally sustainable. We provide technical assistance to communities and neighborhoods through program and project management; technical assistance; planning; research and analysis; education and safety, climate resiliency,economic development; education.

Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy (4CAcademy)

Commodore Conyers College & Career Academy (4CAcademy), located in Albany, Georgia, is a dual enrolled high school where learning is different. Through partnerships with Albany State University and Albany Technical College, dual enrolled students earn high school and college credits. Pathway classes teach hands-on, technical skills that business and industry require of tomorrow’s workforce, including aviation, logistics, nursing and healthcare sciences, business management and engineering.

C-STAR

The Center for Space Technology and Research (C-STAR) organizes, integrates, and facilitates Georgia Tech’s space science and technology research activities. C-STAR brings together a wide range of faculty who are active in space-related research and functions as Georgia Tech’s focal point for the growth of the space industry in the state of Georgia.C-STAR’s primary goal is to improve and expand space-related educational and research efforts on the Georgia Tech campus. C-STAR research is advancing the frontiers of astrophysics, Earth science, planetary science, robotics, space policy, space technology, and space systems engineering while also fostering a vibrant undergraduate and graduate education portfolio in these areas. C-STAR personnel and facilities are drawn from Aerospace Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Public Policy, and the Georgia Tech Research Institute.  C-STAR was established in 2013 by Robert D. Braun and is presently led by Thomas Orlando (Director) and and Glenn Lightsey (Associate Director).
The Georgia Center of Innovation for Aerospace

The Georgia Center of Innovation for Aerospace acts as a catalyst, creating opportunities for aerospace companies and their suppliers by connecting them to new technologies, university research, potential business collaborators and current industry information. The Center advances recognition of Georgia’s strength in the global aerospace industry, and contributes to the entrepreneurial and educational ecosystems required for its continued growth.
Georgia Space Alliance

The Georgia Space Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The goal of Georgia Space Alliance is to bring together professionals and interested parties to form a unified community to support space activities and development within Georgia. They accomplish this through networking events, a public panel series, information sharing, advocacy opportunities, education fundraising and outreach, and special member events.
Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

The Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network public-private collaborative that envisions a day when all communities in Georgia have the resources to provide exceptional afterschool programming. Our mission is to advance, connect, and support quality afterschool programs to promote the success of children and youth throughout Georgia.
Hines Family Foundation

The Hines Family Foundation for Education, Innovation, and Service (HFF) is a private foundation started by retired NASA Technologist, John Hines.  HFF seeks to help students (elementary through graduate level) advance their 21st century career capabilities by allowing them to learn how to “Dream-Design-Do” SPACE STUFF — aptly named the Mission 3D (M3D) program! HFF is also currently offering a graduate research fellowship at Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Aerospace Engineering each semester to assist in technical support and research related to M3D and other HFF SPACE related outreach projects.  Click here to support HFF and M3D.  
PinkSTEM

PinkSTEM was founded in 2013, Pink Engineering Education Consultants, LLC {PEEC} is a EDWOSB, SDVOSB, HUBZone, Minority Owned- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Educational Firm that specializes in Systems Integration, Non Profit and Business Development.

PEEC is led by Tamika Ray-Head, a Veteran Air Traffic Controller and Respiratory Therapist of the US Air Force and Current Founder and STEM Educator of www.pinkstem.org.  PEEC is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.

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West Georgia Technical College


West Georgia Technical College (WGTC) offers over 120 associate degree, diploma and technical certificate programs of study at it’s campuses in Carroll, Coweta, Douglas, Haralson and Troup counties, and class sites in Heard and Meriwether counties. WGTC is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, and is the fourth largest of the state’s 22 technical colleges.  WGTC’s Engineering Technology degree program began its GSGC partnership through the Two-Year Pathways to STEM grant.

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