GLEE Remote Team Application - Part 1
The Great Lunar Expedition for Everyone (GLEE) is a mission to land 500 LunaSats on the Moon in 2023 by student teams from all over the world. GLEE is led by Colorado Space Grant Consortium at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and funded by both NASA's Artemis Student Challenges and NASA's National Space Grant and Fellowship Project. GLEE is hosting a self-guided or asynchronous remote workshop for student teams to work hands-on with their very own LunaSat through 10 interactive modules. To learn more about the GLEE program please visit

The GLEE program is open to college and high school students (ages 14 to 30) and is free to participate however we only have enough kits for 350 teams. Therefore this two-step application (Part 1 and Part 2) process is competitive as not all teams will be selected. Teams will be selected based on how well they complete both parts of the application. As long as both application parts are submitted prior to the deadline, all applications will be considered. The level of technical experience and competency are not criteria for selection in the GLEE program.

Part 1 of the application will take less than 5 minutes to complete. Upon completion of Part 1, teams will receive details on how to submit Part 2, which will take ~20 minutes to complete.  

Part 1 collects basic information from teams that wish to be a part of the GLEE project. Part 2 collects more detailed information about the team and its plans for participation with GLEE. In order to be considered for GLEE, teams shall complete both Part 1 and Part 2 of the application. Part 1 AND Part 2 of the application shall be completed by May 13, 2022, at 12 PM MDT.

The team lead should be the only one who fills out this application.
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Email *
Name of the team's main point of contact.  The main point of contact is expected to be a student/member of the team (not the mentor) who will be engaged with the team during the GLEE Remote activities. *
Email for the team's main point of contact *
Phone number for the team's main point of contact *
How many individuals (including your mentor and yourself) do anticipate having on your GLEE team? *
Teams should be around 4-10 people. We recommend team sizes around 4-6 so that each individual has quality time working with the LunaSat.  That being said, we will consider all team sizes.
Name of school, college, institution, and/or organization the team is associated with. *
Country of school, college, institution, and/or organization the team is associated with. *
Mailing address of school, college, institution, and/or organization the team is associated with.  This is not the address that will be used to ship your GLEE kit. *
Each team shall have a mentor to help and support the GLEE team.  This mentor shall not be a student but rather a teacher, instructor, and/or professional.  Please acknowledge that your team has a mentor identified.  You will be required to provide contact information for this mentor as Part 2 of your GLEE application. *
If you answered yes to the previous question, please include the mentor's name here.
Please acknowledge that you understand the GLEE teaching materials are in English and if my team is selected, I will need to have laptop/computer and internet for my team to participate. *
How did you hear about GLEE? *
How long did it take you to complete Part 1 of this application? *
Any questions or comments?
Thank you for completing Part 1 of the GLEE Remote Team Application.  After a quick review of your team's answers, you will receive an email within 3 to 5 business days with details on how to proceed with your application.  
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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