Five women in North Dakota were selected as 2013 volunteer NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassadors. These women organize outreach events in their communities related to space science and planetary missions.
The Solar System Ambassadors Program of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory offers information and excitement about real missions that explore our solar system. Volunteer ambassadors in communities throughout the country are selected by JPL based on their backgrounds and on their plans for public outreach activities. JPL provides ambassadors with educational materials and training. However, the opinions of Ambassadors are not necessarily those of NASA or JPL. Further information about the Solar System Ambassadors Program is available at http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/ambassador/. JPL is a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Calif.
Ambassadors are available to speak at organization and community events. You can contact the Solar System Ambassadors through the Ambassadors website.