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The Foundation for the Future is a scientific education and public works advocacy foundation dedicated to the creation of a public-private space infrastructure partnership to make space accessible to all. Our primary mission is the promulgation of The Space Corporation Act.


The Space Corporation Act, supported by the Foundation for the Future, is a unique and forward-looking proposal to create a federally chartered corporation devoted to space infrastructure development in a variety of key projects relating to space discovery, exploration and commercialization that forms a public-private partnership similar to other Congressionally passed and Presidential signatures into law such as the COMSAT Act of 1962 and the TVA Act of 1933.


Events Internship Description

We are looking for an intern to assist with our monthly live streaming events. We host a 2-day event monthly event that is hosted on Zoom and live streamed out to our social media accounts. This individual will be the bridge between the Zoom meeting and the live streaming. We have been successfully handling this part of the event, but extra help means better events!

About our online events:
2 days/month – schedule is set on our website, usually a Wed/Thurs
Hours: 9:30am – 230pm EST (includes setup and time to wrap up)

Experience & Qualifications

  • A great candidate will have an understanding of online events, and can support our streaming needs.

  • Familiar with OBS or equivalent (we provide graphics)

  • Restream link will be provided

  • Must have a computer that can handle streaming

  • Ethernet connection for no interruptions

  • Excellent attention to detail and communication skills


This is a paid remote internship with regular check-ins with weekly meetings. This internship can be partnered with your school internship program.

For more information or to apply, please send a resume and and links to any relevant work samples to April Kollmorgen 

Public Policy Internship Description

Our foundation is growing, and we are excited to bring on a bright, motivated and self-sufficient undergraduate or graduate student who has a passion for entrepreneurial space as well as public policy. As a young organization, we have the flexibility to tailor our internship program to the strengths of the successful candidate.


For qualified, motivated applicants, this position offers exposure to virtually all facets of an entrepreneurial and forward-looking association. Our members include early-stage and mature companies, individual space investors, engineers and government officials. What binds us together is our shared belief that space should be a policy issue no different than roads and bridges. As a nation, we must not depend on one charismatic leader to have a passion for space exploration. Rather, to attract entrepreneurs for the myriad needs of a coming space revolution, we must have a dependable and reliable system of space infrastructure funding.


Depending on qualifications and experience, this may include opportunities to provide supervised assistance in areas such as:

• Writing and editing space-focused white papers

• Administration and operations support

• Manage existing membership and help engaging and identifying potential new members

• Attendance in some member meetings is anticipated

This position is can be done remotely for the time being, with regular check-ins and weekly meetings. It

is anticipated that you will be focused on our work for approximately 10-hours a week to start.

However, if there is mutual interest, there will be possibilities to grow.


This internship can be partnered with your school internship program. It will initially be unpaid but subject to change.


For more information or to apply, please send a resume and short writing sample to Mr. Morgan P. Muchnick –

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