Corporate Sponsored Educator Space Program

See if your company will agree to sponsor a launch…

You’d be surprised at the number of companies today that support Educational & innovative programs. If your company would like to be involved with sponsoring an Educator Space Program in one or more schools please let us know of your interest and we will be happy to contact you to discuss the opportunities available that best match your interests and meet the needs of our goals.  

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There are a variety of ways you can get involved with the SATINS program and make a difference. To get started, we need to know a little more about you first. Send us an email, let us know you are interested and we will contact you to discuss the opportunities available that best match your interests and meet the needs of our goals. 

So what are your plans for 2017? Here is your chance to make a difference—in your life and in the lives of others around the world. Thank you!
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This page was last updated: January 26, 2017