Who We Are
We are The Virtual Public Aerospace Career Concept, engineers and architects of dreamscapes, understanding the power of experience, combined with visions and future aspirations and understanding how that can shape a national capture strategy. We're building the landscapes that enable the fires of inspiration to burn bright, with an ambitious drive to bring innovative ideas and approaches to our priority fight - scientific literacy- powered by a vision for the future. A vision worth learning for.
The what, how and why: defining VPACC’s vision, the mechanics and how innovative entertainment systems are used as a tool for inspiration and learning.
From a dirt track on the tundra of North East Russia to the halls of Washington DC, to the landscapes of your own imagination, our story is global, ambitious, and sometimes just plain crazy - and this is just the first chapter of a remarkable journey to come.
We are a dynamic team of people with a passion, people just like you. We are driven in relentless pursuit of one of the nation’s priority challenges, science literacy and the vision of a future that captivates.
VPACC's strategic goal is nothing short of a national capture strategy targeting science literacy and STEAM education: Science Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Inspiring someone to learn takes more than just traditional academics. It takes emotional engagement, a sense of purpose and meaning, that’s the business we are in. If we want to truly engage today’s “on-screen” generation in STEAM subjects, we need a new level of interactivity, social movements, and meaningful programs. To innovate we are going to have to push out of our comfort zones.
A set of concurrent projects paving the way to our major first milestone, proof of concept and long term goals on our horizon.
The required hardware components and delivering an engineering solution to achieving our mission and long term goals.
Registered VPACC teams can use this link to follow the crew training and mission modules (CTMs). Find the necessary resources, links and materials for both aviation and space exploration learning and mission building.
Two short videos below illustrate our viewpoint: the importance of scientific literacy, the importance of understanding the sciences as a world view, the power and potential of our instinct to push horizons and explore and how that ideology could fuel a vision of the future.
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