Space Spectra: Virtual Interviews - What are they?

What is Space Spectra?

Space Spectra is inspired by the definition of spectrum:

1. an array of entities, as light waves or particles, ordered in accordance with the magnitudes of a common physical property, as a wavelength or mass: often the band of colours when sunlight is passed through a prism, comprising red, orange, yellow, green, blue indigo and violet.
2. a broad range of varied but related ideas or objects, the individual features of which tend to overlap so as to for a continuous series or sequence.

Often university students who want to pursue space careers feel stuck at the very first step: "Where do we start?"

This is because an old-fashioned establishment of stereotypes and educational patterns have ingrained the beliefs that only 9-to-5 engineering jobs will guarantee access to the Space Industry. Showcasing the very wide spectrum of roles and possibilities within the Space Sector is then key to allow them to step confidently into their Outer-Space professional life. 

Space Spectra was curated to help those who wish to move into the space sector gain a greater understanding of how to move forward with their career.

We aim to connect you with inspirational personalities in the space sector, help you understand how to present yourself in interviews, provide top tips on how to get a mentor, invite you to hackathons and provide you with valuable experience that can help you make the early steps into the space sector and into the career of your dreams.

Our top five tips to success:

1. Follow EVONA on LinkedIn or your favourite social channel (Facebook, Insta, Twitter)

2. Submit your CV to us and sign up for our newsletters - if we hear of any internships we'll be sure to let you know.

3. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - we'll let you know before anyone else when we add a new Space Spectra interview to the series.

4. Apply to as many internships as you can

5. Find a field of study that you love. Understand where your passions are and follow that path.

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