DreamUp to Space
Take advantage of this fun-filled evening where you get to drop off your learner and have a few hours of Friday to yourself! Our DreamUp Team (along with our staff chaperones) will be hosting activities, pizza, and tons of fun. All proceeds will go toward covering the cost of transportation and hotel, so our DreamUp
All proceeds go toward travel expenses, so that our 6th and 7th grade DreamUp Launch Team can go to NASA in Florida and watch their experiment launch to the International Space Station, where the astronauts will conduct the experiment!
Although our announcement about the huge accomplishment of our 5th/6th grade Aloe Vera Experiment Team went out before break, we would like to congratulate all of our learners who worked tirelessly on our DreamUp projects. We were already over the moon that we had two teams selected to be in the final six and overjoyed
All of us familiar with aerospace projects know that sometimes things do not go exactly as planned and launches get rescheduled. We have a parallel “slip” situation in an anticipated four-day delay in the announcement of our final three winners among the nine finalists. While we wait on tenterhooks for our assessors to do the
iLEAD Student Aerospace Projects is pleased to announce the top two selected patches for the DreamUp Mission 2019. The selection process was very difficult for our esteemed panel of judges, and we wish that we could send all 859-plus patch designs to the International Space Station. We want to thank our judges: Jeff Courtney, iLEAD
We are thrilled to announce that we had well over 850 incredible patch designs submitted for this year’s 2019 mission patch design challenge. Nearly all of the patches were proudly displayed at this year’s Student Space and Innovations Expo and it was an impressive showing of design thinking and artistic execution. Congratulations to every learner
Announcing the DreamUp to Space Mission 2018-2019 Finalists! During the final phase of the Experiment Design Challenge, these teams will respond to comments regarding their proposals, make improvements to their proposal, create a short video “pitching” their idea, and also create a plan on how — if their experiment is chosen to fly to the
A team of iLEAD students is preparing to send a science experiment aboard the SpaceX-16 Falcon 9 rocket to the International Space Station (ISS) scheduled to launch on December 4. The project is part of a partnership between iLEAD and DreamUp, the leading provider of space-based educational opportunities. The students’ experiment, which will be on the
Hey learners, you’re invited to support iLEAD Aerospace Projects and enter the 2019 DreamUp Mission Patch Design Competition. Check out the flier below, and ask your facilitator for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org.