OASA remote internship

Setting Up an OASA Chapter — Powerful Leadership Development for Students

A university is the best place for learning and one of the best types of learning is action learning. Action learning is expensive, hard to design, and fluid; but offers by far one of the best learning experiences for any young leader. OASA, working with many universities, has developed a powerful hand-on program to train and develop young leaders for the NewSpace economy. For the interns selected however, the learning is fun, challenging, real, and timely. This is because this action, the setting up of an OASA Chapter, has been designed into the process and the only acceptable outcome is the establishment of this Chapter within 3 to 6 months.  
Remote Internship 

Interim President Intern

Remote Internship 

Interim Vice President Intern 

Remote Internship 


Remote Internship 


Remote Internship 

Interim Sergeant-of-Arms Intern

OASA Chapter Mission 

An OASA Chapter is a student-run, value-impact, special action group for students interested in pursuing a career or interest in starting a new ventures in the growing NewSpace industry. Everything we do, aims to foster a new era of cooperation, research, and innovation: co-sensing, co-innovating, and co-sharing. 

Many are called…few are chosen! We have six internship roles. The minimum founder’s team is 3 individuals while 5 is the maximum. Please choose one of the roles listed as follows in our SandBox:
  • Interim President
  • Interim Vice Presidents
  • Interim Secretary
  • Interim Treasurer
  • Interim Sergeant-of-Arms

Benefits of Joining OASA Space Accelerator Internship

Be connected to a vast and growing network

Connect into this growing space ecosystem by actively attending special training, webinars and workshops by OASA mentors. 

Get involved and make a difference

Contribute by joining a Special Action Group(SAG) to explore fascinating questions for OASA. 

Embark on space journey and become competent

Chance to participate in corporate challenges through the Young Marco Polo Programme and to engage as mentors of CubeSat Construction Programme by being a OASA member.

OASA Space Accelerator Interns

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SandBox Summary
  • Company: OASA
  • Model:  Remote &
                  Face to Face
  • Internship time: 3-5 months
  • Industry: Education
  • Certificate : YES

What you are going to learn

Leaders are both born and made. Any leader can become stronger and more competent through appropriate levels and timely injections of fun problems, toughened through commitment, resolve, and hardship.  

Setting up a chapter is not hard. It is just complex and will involve many unknowns, including the need to build a team and working with others you do not know. Setting up a chapter is a powerful means with which to build leaders who can be held to account for their efforts and resourcefulness. 

Setting up the OASA Chapter is considered a “wicked” challenge. Wicked doesn’t mean it is evil. A wicked problem is a complex problem and requires a team to resolve, ideally comprised of individuals from a diverse discipline. There is no set formula. Initial conditions and framing the problem at the outset determines the success of the challenge. 

Throughout this internship, the selected candidate will learn to evaluate their state of leadership development with a systems thinking mindset. That is, using the Sir David’s Leadership Competency Set, please select the three most relevant competencies that you believe you can further refine and develop with the aid of a global mentor.  

* Participants who complete the screening stage can get the OASA students membership for free.

Expereince overview
Each team is matched with a global mentor. 
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Certification included
Learn to use all the related tools, walk into a job and be a Professional from day one. The skill you need to become a real professional. Learn the tools used by the world's top professionals. Boost your confidence, master the field.

* You will receive a certificate for competition of the internship by fulfilling basic requirements.  


Space Education
About OASA
The Orion Astropreneur Space Academy in Hong Kong is an independent, non-political, and not-for-profit action-oriented leadership development academy for global young leaders with stellar and outer space aspirations. The Academy is a member of the global leadership development initiatives with other space on-boarding and off-boarding institutions such as the Laboratory for Space Research at the University of Hong Kong, and other forward-looking and space-related institutions and world-class educators who believe together we can connect, contribute, and make a meaningful contribution through active transformation.

Company Spotlight

Company Type
Space Education
Hong Kong 

Core values and impact

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Space is all around us. It is the true “Nature.” With the right technology we can sense a new universe and in this new universe. Sustainable businesses are not purely about technology, but technologies for the right markets and being led by the right talents with a foundation in digital understanding. Without data, and data downlink from space, our city cannot be a Smart City.

How do we make Hong Kong a Space Portal by 2030?
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Studies have shown that when we work together, journey together, and solve challenging problems together, our sense of wellbeing becomes much more positive. If nothing else, working together to create a better future world, on new fun projects that will stretch our minds and educate our youths, is certainly worth doing. We want to see the best use of space for humanity, and not for any single nation or state.
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We work with companies to redefine their new markets, coach and mentor their young talents, help secure their sponsors, ground their ESG, and begin the journey of exploration. We work with them to improve their Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR), encouraging these businesses to build and deliver products and services that truly create more joy in people's lives. Our intent is not to cause harm. We do not want these businesses to cause harm -- to the environment, to their customers, or to their staff, and definitely not to Space Ship Earth.

Our working Culture

Fun, challenging, and impactful in everything we do! 


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OASA interns

Listen to our interns say

My 2021 OASA summer internship was a spectacular experience to say the least. Very rare would you find in summer internships the extensive roles and learning opportunities as OASA. Working among a team of industry-experienced mentors and inclusive team members, I had the opportunity to touch, learn, and explore upon different fields, ranging from research to marketing and more. In addition, many of my highlights of the experience are through the countless external engagement opportunities throughout the program, following the team to different organisations and public occasions.
Justin YAM, UBC Vancouver 
My role started off as a business intern and ended as a membership executive. One of my key tasks was to develop a marketing campaign to help recruit members. I was able to apply many of the skills that I’ve learnt into the workplace. This included my communication and time management skills in particular as I worked very closely under the directives of the management board.
SEan Leung, NewCastle UK
My internship with OASA gave me great hands-on experience as well as a much better understanding of which skill sets and areas of knowledge I should work on to prepare myself for the competitive workplace.
Xenia Tsing, PolyU, HK

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