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A collection of articles authored by Camille to help you on your journey through your education, career, or life.
Win a Zero Gravity Flight with The Galactic Gal!

Win a Zero Gravity Flight with The Galactic Gal!

Ever wanted to experience zero gravity? Now is your chance! Enter my FREE giveaway to win a GoZeroG flight and fly in zero gravity with me on April 10! Contest ends March 14 at 11:59pm EST and the winner will be announced on social media on March 20. Here are the...

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Do You Have to be a US Citizen to Work in the US Space Industry?

Do You Have to be a US Citizen to Work in the US Space Industry?

This is a complicated topic with complicated answers. Short answer is no - you don’t have to be a US citizen, just a US person. Before I go any farther, I want to take the opportunity to clarify one of my Instagram Reels on this matter. I used the term “US citizen” as...

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2021 Space Events

2021 Space Events

2020 was an exciting year for space despite the atrocity that was essentially everything else happening in our world. 2021 will see even more excitement in the space industry, from the first fully private launch to the International Space Station to the first test...

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The Space Industry’s Contributions to Life on Earth

The Space Industry’s Contributions to Life on Earth

There’s a common misconception that the space industry is a waste of money, it does nothing to benefit life on Earth, and we should solve our planet’s crises before turning our eyes to the stars and other planets. But it’s actually astonishing how much the space...

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Space Gift Guide ~ Amazon

Space Gift Guide ~ Amazon

As a follow-up to my recent Shop Small Space Gift Guide, I created a collection of space-themed gifts perfect for any space lover in your family on Amazon! You can shop my entire Amazon gift guide at this link. I’ve included books, clothing, clothing for the little...

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Space Gift Guide ~ Shop Small

Space Gift Guide ~ Shop Small

This year especially, I urge you to shop small when you can. I’ve compiled this list of my favorite space-related gifts from small shops that are sure to make any space lover in your life happy! Hand-Poured Space-Themed Home Goods and Wall Art Shop here from Cosmic...

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Study Tips

Study Tips

With finals season coming up, I wanted to share some study tips that helped me graduate with a 4.0 and continue that into graduate school. There is nothing profound about this set of tips, but if you are diligent about them and aren’t afraid to consistently ask for...

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It’s Time to Spice Up Your Résumé

It’s Time to Spice Up Your Résumé

Job/internship application season is upon all of you in school right now - and you're probably being told left and right a specific way your resume should look. You know, this: Here's what I see: All the right content, but a giant block of overwhelming text with no...

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Full-Time Work, Part-Time Grad School: What You Need to Know

Full-Time Work, Part-Time Grad School: What You Need to Know

A popular graduate school path is to be what is called a "professional student" - this means you work full-time and you attend graduate school part-time, usually online though there are options for in-person night classes. I have been pursuing an online graduate...

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Impostor Syndrome: Breaking the Stigma

Impostor Syndrome: Breaking the Stigma

Note: I recently wrote this piece for my company's home page, and I received many requests to make this shareable on other platforms viewable to people outside of our company. I also received an overwhelming amount of responses from people who, like me, suffer from...

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Launching Space Travel into a New Era

Launching Space Travel into a New Era

On May 27, 2020, astronauts are scheduled to launch from US soil again for the first time since 2011. Over the past 9 years, astronauts have only been able to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) by launching from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan in a...

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Battling Perfectionism

Battling Perfectionism

I want to preface this post by saying I am by no means an expert at this topic. I wouldn't even consider myself an amateur. Battling perfectionism has always been one of my greatest challenges, but I hope that telling a piece of my story will help you feel less alone...

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