Internship in NASA

Internship in NASA
Posted by: MakeIntern
Posted date: 26,Dec,2015
Stipend: $250 /Month
Duration: 8 Weeks

NASA is more than space travelers. We are researchers, engineers, IT masters, HR experts, bookkeepers, scholars, professionals and numerous, numerous different sorts of individuals. At the NASA Jobs Web webpage, you can take in more about NASA vocation opportunities and programs.

At NASA Jobs understudies can discover open doors for temporary jobs, helpful projects and summer vocation.

For all the assorted qualities of NASA's workforce, the inquiry, "In what capacity would I be able to wind up a space traveler?" is exceptionally basic. The answer relies on upon where you are currently and where you need to go.

In the event that you haven't completed secondary school yet, fabulous space explorer Dr. Sally K. Ride offered these recommendations:

"The most essential steps that I took after were concentrating on math and science in school. I was constantly keen on material science and stargazing and science, and I kept on contemplating those subjects through secondary school and school on into master's level college. That is the thing that set me up for being a space explorer; it really gave me the capabilities to be chosen to be a space traveler. I think the exhortation that I would provide for any children who need to be space travelers is to ensure that they understand that NASA is searching for individuals with an entire assortment of foundations: they are searching for medicinal specialists, microbiologists, geologists, physicists, electrical architects. So find something that you truly like and afterward seek after it to the extent you can and NASA is able to be keen on that calling."

About the Internship: Interns will work with thier mentors on the area of mutual interest. Interns will work at the USGS Astrogeology Branch in Flagstaff, Arizona, Mauna Kea, Hawaii, Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena,California or any other NASAfundedresearch institution.

Who can apply:
  • Students who have not previously participated in PGGURP.
  • Students who are in the college or university graduating class of 2016 (or later), and have not yet begun graduate studies.
  • Students interested in learning about research in planetary geoscience.

Apply Here:
 http://go.nasa.gov/1Sg56E6

Additional Information:

  • The exact starting date is not mentioned.
  • Travel and housing allowance are also offered for your housing while you're at the host institution.
  • An amount of $1000 is paid to present the results of research at national conference.
Apply Here For more Internship: http://bit.ly/1OrQ7Y0