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44th Space Congress® A Roaring Success!

The mission of the 44th Space Congress® was to showcase the continuing evolutionary changes happening in the industry via a forum for the space community to unite and discuss them. CLICK HERE for Space Congress Website.

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CLICK HERE for our web page as a Member of the  Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Canaveral Council of Technical Societies is a voluntary, not-for-profit association of engineering, technical, and scientific societies that support members who live and work along Florida’s Space Coast. The purpose of CCTS is to promote and support the activities of the technical, scientific, engineering, and professional organizations of the area in a manner that will enhance the identity and professional stature of the member societies.  Membership is organizational and by formal request to the CCTS Board.

The 2015-2016 CCTS Board includes:

Robert F. Shaw, P.E., P.M.P. – Chair
Michael Ely, M.S./M.B.A., P.M.P., PMI-ACP – Vice Chair
Barbara P. Fisher – Treasurer
Frederick J. Martin, M.S. – Secretary

The 2015-2016 CCTS Committee Chairs are:

Dwight J. Easterly, Ph.D. – Space Congress® Chair

David C. Fleming, Ph.D. – 2015 Robotics Chair

For information on membership, events, and activities of interest, please contact the CCTS Secretary at: secretary@cctsonline.org.
 
CCTS Office Location
Cape Royal Office Center, Suite 401
Cocoa Beach, Fl 
Phone: 321-868-1623
Fax: 321-868-1623
 

The CCTS conference room in Cocoa Beach is available for use free of charge to CCTS member societies. Please click here or at the top right and fill in the form to reserve the conference room.

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One comment

  1. Susan Hutchison says:

    So glad to see that CCTS is alive and well. I moved to Houston in 2006 and lost track of CCTS after that. I was a past chairman of CCTS and worked numerous committees. As chairman I went to at least one meeting of each member society that year (except one that never had a meeting). I was glad to see that space congress has made a comeback. In fact that is how I found CCTS again.

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