Previously, I worked with CU Technology for Extreme Envrioments club as the project manager – The purpose of The CU Technology for Extreme Environments Club is to explore, design, and develop assistive technologies for extreme operational environments like spaceflight. The primary technological focus is creating Heads-Up Displays, or HUDs, which is where virtual information is presented to an operator directly in their field of view. In this way, an astronaut can easily access all of the data on their spacesuit consumables like remaining oxygen, work through procedures that include pictures and videos demonstrating how to perform complicated steps, and navigate from the airlock to their workspace. We design these systems using Unity, C#, the Microsoft HoloLens, and other peripheral hardware devices to control the HUD, such as EMG boards. The main efforts of the group are focused on the NASA SUITS Design Challenge that centers on building HUDs for future spacesuits that will go to the Moon, Mars and beyond. A second core focus of our organization is STEM outreach, generally for grades K-12. On average, we participate in about one event per month, ranging from a short lunchtime presentation on the NASA SUITS challenge to multi-day trips involving interactive augmented- or virtual-reality experiences.