Space Camp Hall of Fame Nominations are closed for 2012!
Thanks to all who took the time to nominate a friend, colleague or family member.
Start planning for whom you will nominate for the class of 2013.
Read the nomination categories below!
The deadline for nominations for the Hall of Fame Class of 2012 was 11:59 PM CDT, March 15, 2012.
The SPACE CAMP Hall of Fame was established to honor the outstanding members of the SPACE CAMP family, including graduates and former employees who have distinguished themselves in their respective careers or friends who have made considerable contributions or personal time, effort or resources to further the goals of the SPACE CAMP programs. Hall of Fame members should display certain characteristics and qualities as a result of their involvement with SPACE CAMP through one of its multiple programs or as a whole. These qualities may differ from member to member, as well as across the Hall of Fame categories. Hall of Fame members should be a positive example of the effect and inspiration Dr. Wernher von Braun intended SPACE CAMP to be. These qualities will be described further within each Hall of Fame category.
SPACE CAMP Alumnus Criteria
The nominee should be a graduate of a SPACE CAMP or Aviation Challenge program (SPACE CAMP programs) at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, SPACE CAMP Florida, SPACE CAMP California, AVIATION CHALLENGE California, and all officially recognized SPACE CAMP programs located internationally. The nominee must be at least 21 years of age and must have graduated from their final program at least five (5) years prior to the date of the annual induction ceremony. Nominees must be, or have been, a credit to themselves and the SPACE CAMP programs as well as distinguished him/her self in their chosen professional field. The accomplishments and credentials of the nominee should be attributable or inspired by the nominee’s attendance at camp. The nominee may be living or deceased.
SPACE CAMP Counselor/Staff
The nominee must have been a member of the staff of SPACE CAMP and/or AVIATION CHALLENGE at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, SPACE CAMP Florida, SPACE CAMP California, AVIATION CHALLENGE California, and all officially recognized SPACE CAMP programs located internationally for a minimum of one (1) full season (three months), but that has retired or left SPACE CAMP and/or Aviation Challenge employment at least three (3) years prior to the date of the annual induction ceremony. The nominee must have worked in or in support of a SPACE CAMP and/or AVIATION CHALLENGE program as a counselor or member of the Aerospace Management team. The nominee must have distinguished him/her self by demonstrating exceptional leadership, character, and achievement in his/her chosen professional field. A counselor/staff nominee should have had a significant impact upon camp programs and the campers or other staff/community at large who he/she came in contact with. The accomplishments and credentials of the nominee post SPACE CAMP should be attributable to or inspired by the nominee’s time while employed by SPACE CAMP. The nominee may be living or deceased.
SPACE CAMP Friend
The nominee must be a loyal and devoted supporter of SPACE CAMP and/or AVIATION CHALLENGE at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, SPACE CAMP Florida, SPACE CAMP California, AVIATION CHALLENGE California, and all officially recognized SPACE CAMP programs located internationally for a minimum of 5 years. The nominee must exemplify the qualities of being a genuine friend to SPACE CAMP and its programs, specifically with respect to contribution of personal time, talents, and/or funding towards influencing or inspiring the camp attendees and staff of SPACE CAMP, to assist SPACE CAMP in developing future astronauts, scientists, engineers, and leaders. The inductee may be either living or deceased.
With the category criteria stated above in mind, please complete the nomination form on the next page.