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Explorers Post 633 - Human Spaceflight
January 7, 2010

[Students Grades 9-12]
[Available: Ohio]

Exploring is a worksite-based project. It is part of Learning for Life's career education project for young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) through 20 years old. Exploring projects are based on five areas of emphasis: career opportunities, life skills, service learning, character education and leadership experience. NASA's Glenn Research Center, in Cleveland, Ohio, collaborates with the Boy Scouts of America to provide the Glenn Explorer program. Activity groups led by Glenn volunteers, who serve as Exploring Advisors, meet one weekday evening a week from October through April to work on group projects. The Explorers project consists of Aeronautics Activities, Computer Technology, and Human Spaceflight. The Human Spaceflight Post, newly formed in 2007, is tied to the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate.

NASA Contact
Nancy Rabel Hall
Educational Programs Office
Glenn Research Center
Phone: (216) 433-5643
E-mail: nancy.r.hall@nasa.gov

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