NASA Astronaut Signs Scholarship UK Partnership Agreement with RAF

Apollo 15’s Command Module Pilot, Al Worden announced the ‘Al Worden Endeavour Scholarship’ and signed a UK partnership agreement with the RAF Cadet Commandant on the British Interplanetary Society stand at New Scientist Live last week on the final day of World Space Week 2019.

The Endeavour Scholarship has been founded with Kallman Worldwide and will provide a global education programme that aims to foster greater international understanding and inspire the next generation of innovators, explorers and leaders in the aerospace community.

NASA Astronaut Al Worden “Endeavour” Scholarship is an international education initiative to encourage young people to pursue careers as engineers and explorers.

Named for Apollo 15 Command Module Pilot Col. Al Worden, USAF-Ret. and his spacecraft, the Endeavour Scholarship pays all expenses for a week-long, hands-on astronaut training experience at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center’s renowned Space Camp in Huntsville, AL. It is administered by Kallman Worldwide as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, and is funded by proceeds from every Kallman USA Partnership Pavilion at leading aerospace and defense exhibitions around the world, plus sponsors, donors and partners.

 

 

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