Who should exhibit

  • Space Academia
    Master students, PhD, Post-docs
  • Space Companies
    Internships, Employment, and Contracts
  • Space Entrepreneurs / NewSpace Startups
    Co-Founder, Interns, Open-source, Employment, Contracts

Why exhibit

  • Proven Concept -> On-site tables at top universities
  • Effective -> Invite pre-vetted candidates for interviews
  • Targeted -> Direct access to candidates in all experience levels
  • Efficient -> Virtual presentations and interviews are possible
  • Multi-/Interdisciplinary -> Candidates in non-space disciplines
  • All Experience Levels -> Students, graduates, and professionals
  • Cross-Industry -> Professionals with special domain knowledge
  • Immersive -> Organise workshops and trainings
  • Capacity Building -> Learn about industry hiring best practice
  • Real -> Real candidates, real companies, real opportunities

Format of the event

University hosted, multi-day event with company presentations, candidate presentations, on-site interviews, and elective capacity building workshops for companies and candidates:

Day 1: Company presentations and candidate presentations

Day 1: Evening event and reception to meet and greet

Day 2: Interview day. Preparation workshops for candidates

Additional Capacity Building Workshops on both days

  • Candidate Elective Workshops
    • Resumé writing
    • Understanding interview questions
    • Storytelling
    • Body language
    • Interview trainings
  • Best Practice Workshops
    • From Intern to Employee
    • Retaining the best talent
    • Working Permits and Visa Regulations

Presentations may be public accessible via live streaming, registration needed.

Space Job Fair Team

Bernd Weiss (left)

CEO - Partnerships and Community


Tiago Marques (right)

Special Projects

Daniel Garcia

Location Assessement

Leon Traves

Head of Operations

Rishi Kahn

Community Lead Canada

Cristian Guerrero

Community Lead Spain

Jay Modi

Advocacy Team Lead