Each year, NASA’s ASTRO CAMP Community Partners Program (ACCP) provides collaboration opportunities for youth service organizations, museums, libraries, schools, and universities interested in presenting NASA’s ASTRO CAMP activities in their community with training and resources provided by NASA ACCP specialists.
There are 315 NASA ACCP Community Partner Programs active with nearly 30 partners sites operating internationally.
The NASA ASTRO CAMP® was trademarked at Stennis Space Center in 1992.
NASA ASTRO CAMP Community Program is a NASA Science Activation Infrastructure Program.
Ready to Rock and Roar with NASA’s ASTRO CAMP® Community Partners
The NASA ACCP programs listed below are the official 2023 ACCP programs featuring the unique 2023 NASA Science…Discovering Our Future Together! STEM activities for students. The program contacts, dates, and locations are identified to locate and contact an official NASA ACCP program in your area.
Each program listed has a trained 2023 ACCP facilitator / educator using the most current NASA resources, providing a connection for all youth to NASA Science Missions, Challenges, and resources in Astrophysics, Heliophysics, Earth Science, and Planetary Science.
The website and lists are updated weekly, so be sure to check back for additional programs, dates, and contacts.
2023 community partners
ASTRO CAMP Community Partners
The NASA ASTRO CAMP Community Partner Program information is updated weekly.
Chris Copelan (right), education program specialist at Stennis Space Center, and Maria Lott, Stennis Astro Camp director, talk about living and working in space with visitors gathered for the ‘What’s Your Favorite Space?’ event in New York City on Aug. 17. Stennis educators teamed with peers from three other NASA centers to present a variety of hands-on activities and informational presentations during the event.
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