The Foundation for International Space Education, FISE, is a 501(c)(3) private foundation with the mission to provide space-based academic instruction to international pre-university students, while offering an introduction and orientation to the aerospace industry.
The United Space School is an interdisciplinary program that annually brings together up to 50 students from 25 different nations to study at the University of Clear Lake. Under the mentorship of engineers, scientists, and leaders in the aerospace industry, they come together to design their own Mission to Mars.
The World Space Science Fair is a global competition in which students will be able to design their own experiment to fly in space. The winning entry will actually fly to the International Space Station to be conducted as research. The WSSF program will provide a low cost opportunity for students from all around the world to participate in space research.
Through their generous offerings, the following have made our programs, and the experience of our students, possible. Please take a moment, visit the sites, and thank them for their support for STEM based educational programs.
A special thanks to the countless volunteers that supports FISE programs through the use of their experience, time, resources, and homes. Without you, we would not be able to reach as many students around the world.
If you would like to see how you can help, please use our contact page.