The Foundation for the Future is pioneering America’s success in space through visionary space transportation and infrastructure projects. The Foundation for the Future is leading the advance of the United States’ space infrastructure development by unifying civil space agency and federal policy objectives, and by connecting a community of supporters and companies to the vast opportunities space infrastructure development provides.
WHO ARE WE?
We are a scientific education and public works advocacy foundation, dedicated to one goal: the creation of a space infrastructure administration. This will be a public-private partnership to create jobs in the new space economy, new opportunities for innovators, and ultimately space access for all.
WHAT ARE WE DOING?
Over the next year, we are commissioning research, hosting events, creating educational material, and developing prototypes, all to build a visionary space infrastructure network. All our research and education efforts focus on delivering near-term impact, specifically jobs, investment, and opportunities for US workers and companies.
Our research includes topics such as infrastructure bank designs, locations for advanced materials foundries, the economic impact of spaceport authorities, and the effect of multiple space- infrastructure-focused competitions.
WHAT CAN WE PROVIDE?
The Foundation educates various sectors on visionary economic and developmental projects, including but not limited to federal spaceport authority options, advanced space access technologies, novel financing of space programs, and benefits of infrastructure applications in Earth orbit, cis-lunar space and beyond. Audiences include elected officials, senior Congressional staff, US government officials, business leaders, academia, and space innovators.
TEAM AND BOARD
Co-Founder / Executive Director
Co-Founder / Director of Marketing
Chairman of the Board
J. BRANT ARSENEAU
Director of Finance
Chief of Operations
Chair of Workforce Development Committee
Foundation for the Future is currently accepting applications for the Board of Directors. Experience in leadership roles of nonprofits is preferred, but not a requirement. Candidates must be at least 18 years of age and be willing to volunteer 20 hours a month (unpaid) if they are offered a board position.
Volunteers are individuals from diverse corporate sectors and backgrounds, including Researchers, Scientists, CEOs, Innovators and Developers to media moguls, entrepreneurs and social media influencers.
Volunteers are active across the nation, engaging donors, providing outreach and marketing opportunities and forging meaningful partnerships to help fulfill the Foundation’s mission.
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.