Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) Summer Internships (Oregon Students) – Deadline: Jan 28, 2008
The program dates are June 18 – August 22, 2008. Engineering and science undergraduate students (rising juniors and seniors) and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Underrepresented minority participation is encouraged.
· Applicants must be U.S. citizens
· Currently enrolled as a rising junior or senior at an Oregon Space Grant affiliated institution (see website for a list)
· Have a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA
· JPL engineers and scientists will review the resumes and make final selections.
Student intern housing will be provided on the Caltech campus in Pasadena California. Bus transportation from Caltech to JPL will be provided. In addition to technical tasks, students will take part in seminars, social events, and other enrichment opportunities offered by JPL and Caltech.
The Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium will sponsor four (4) students from affiliate institutions to attend this program. The selected students will receive a $6K stipend plus $500 travel allowance. JPL will supply full-time mentors for the activities and administrative costs for the program. Applicants will provide a resume and a copy of current transcripts. Students are encouraged to include a career objective (preferably aerospace related) at the top of their resume. Cover letters are optional. Interested students should send resume and transcripts directly to the Oregon Space Grant office by email at email@example.com or by mail at the following address:
Oregon Space Grant Consortium
JPL Internship Program
92 Kerr Administration Building
Corvallis, OR 97331-2103
Students should not send resumes directly to JPL. Paperwork must be received in the Space Grant office no later than Monday, January 28, 2008.
For questions regarding this program, contact us at (541) 737- 2414, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
A List of available Internship Positions is available here: http://spacegrant.oregonstate.edu/intern.html
ESMD Internship Opportunities – Deadline Jan 28, 2008
NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate is offering student opportunities related to Exploration in partnership with the National Space Grant Consortia. Contact your local Space Grant Consortium for further details on the area of your interest. You may also visit http://education.ksc.nasa.gov/ESMDspacegrant/ for specific information.
Spend 10 weeks in private industry or at a NASA Center working on an Exploration project Includes a stipend of $6000 (includes travel allowance). Selected students will be responsible for acquiring housing arrangements and travel plans. Students should contact their local Space Grant Consortium for internship availability in your area.
Jan 28 for Summer 2008
May 1 for Fall 2008
Check http://education.ksc.nasa.gov/ESMDspacegrant/ for the application and available positions.
Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP) Summer Internships – Deadline Jan 31, 2008
NASA’s Undergraduate Student Research Program is currently accepting applications for 10-week summer 2008 internships. These internships offer students the opportunity to work alongside NASA scientists and engineers at NASA’s centers, laboratories and test facilities.
Applicants must be U.S. college sophomores, juniors or seniors with majors or course work concentration in engineering, mathematics, computer science, or physical or life sciences. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
The application deadline for the summer 2008 session is Jan. 31, 2008.
For more information, visit:
Oregon Space Grant Undergraduate Scholarships – Deadline Feb 1, 2008
Applications are now being accepted for the Winter Term 2008 Undergraduate Scholarship competition for Students in the state of Oregon.
The Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) is pleased to provide undergraduates from our member colleges and universities opportunities to apply for scholarship awards that support their academic goals and recognize their achievements. Scholarships are open to new and continuing students in the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The OSGC Undergraduate Scholarship Program supports the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) objectives of fostering and encouraging career goals that impact the aerospace industry. Individuals from under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.
APPLICATION DEADLINE – Friday February 1, 2008
AWARDS – Scholarships up to $5,000 will be awarded through a competitive process at individual member institutions. Awards will be made payable directly to the student and presented by a representative of the member institution. Students receiving awards in past competitions may apply and receive awards for subsequent competitions.
ELIGIBLITY – Scholarships are open to students who meet the following eligibility criteria:
Enrolled full-time at a member institution during period of the award
Pursuing a baccalaureate degree in a science, technology, engineering or math discipline, including math or science education – OR pursuing an associate degree in applied science with intent to pursue a baccalaureate degree in same.
Good academic standing
REVIEW CRITERIA – Applications are reviewed based on the following criteria:
Aerospace related career goals
Strength of recommendations
APPLICATION PROCEDURE – For complete guidelines and applications, go to the Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium website at: http://spacegrant.oregonstate.edu/undergraduateguide.html All application materials, including supporting documentation, must be received at the Oregon Space Grant Consortium office by the posted deadline. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered for funding.
NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) Internships – Deadline Feb 1, 2008
NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) invites rising undergraduate juniors and seniors, and graduate students who are pursuing degrees in engineering (aeronautical, chemical, computer, electrical, environmental, mechanical, systems), engineering management, materials science, mathematics, computer science, chemistry, physics, atmospheric science or selected aerospace-related majors, and other majors that lend support to NASA’s mission in special project areas such as but not limited to accounting, business, public administration, journalism, history, photography and media arts to apply for the LARSS program.
Eligibility Requirements include:
✦ U.S. Citizenship
✦ Full-time student at an accredited U.S. college or university
(Community College students selection is contingent on matriculation into an accredited 4-year institution.)
✦ Classification as a rising undergraduate junior or senior, or graduate student (master’s or doctoral level) by the start of the program
✦ Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
✦ “Bridge Program” * opportunities for rising high-school seniors, college freshmen and sophomores who have previous NASA program experience and a 3.5 GPA. *(Bridge Programs include: NASA SHARP Program, CHROME, NASA Governor’s School, and the Volunteer Services Program)
2008 Summer Session Deadline: Friday, February 1, 2008
2008 Fall Session Deadline: Friday, March 7, 2008
2009 Spring Session Deadline: Friday, October 24, 2008
Spring, Summer, and Fall internships are available. Please visit the LaRC website for details: http://research.nianet.org/larss/
Graduate Student Researchers Project – Deadline March 1, 2008
( UPDATE – APPLICATIONS NOW ACCEPTED UNTIL MARCH 1 ) Applications are now being accepted for NASA’s Graduate Student Researchers Project. Through GSRP, NASA awards fellowships for graduate study leading to research-based master’s or doctoral degrees in science, mathematics and engineering fields related to NASA research and development.
GSRP supports approximately 300 graduate students annually. Applicants must be currently enrolled or accepted as full-time students at an accredited U.S. college or university. Applicants must also be U.S. citizens.
All application materials must be received no later than March 1, 2008. For more information, visit:
Harriett G. Jenkins Predoctoral Fellowship – Deadline Feb 1, 2008
Applications are now being accepted for the Harriett G. Jenkins Predoctoral Fellowship. Up to 20 Fellows will be selected to receive support for graduate education in NASA-related STEM disciplines. The fellowship is open to full-time women, minorities and disabled graduate students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Students are selected for fellowships that include financial support and opportunity for hands-on research experience at a NASA center. Fellowship tenure is three years for candidates seeking either a master’s or doctoral degree in NASA-related fields.
The mission of the fellowship is to increase the number of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities participating in mathematics, science, engineering and technology disciplines.
Applications for this opportunity are due Feb. 1, 2008. For more information and to apply online, visit http://www.uncfsp.org/spknowledge/default.aspx?page=program.view&areaid=1&contentid=177&typeid=jpfp
Kennedy Space Center Internships – Deadline Feb 1, 2008
Kennedy Space Center in Florida is seeking Faculty and Student teams for the Kennedy Summer Internship Program (KIP). Funded by NASA’s Space Operations Mission Directorate (SOMD), these 10-week internships provide stipends and a travel allowance to both the faculty and student participants.
Eligibility: Each team must be composed of one faculty and one student. Team members must be U.S. citizens.
Dates: June 2 –August 8, 2008 (10 weeks)
Stipends: Faculty $14,000 and up to $1,500 travel allowance; Student $5,000 and up to $1,000 travel allowance
Application Deadline: February 1, 2008
Teams must apply for specific SOMD project slots and must indicate slot preferences during the application process. To access the application forms and review descriptions of each available project slot, visit the following website: https://secureworkgroups.grc.nasa.gov/fast
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Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology (MUST) Scholarships – Deadline March 1, 2008
( UPDATE APPLICATIONS NOW ACCEPTED UNTIL MARCH 1, 2008 ) The Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology Project, funded by NASA, is a joint partnership between the Hispanic College Fund, the United Negro College Fund Special Programs and the Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers.
MUST awards scholarships and internships to undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, also known as STEM fields. The MUST Project is open to all undergraduate students and is particularly focused on engaging students from underserved and underrepresented groups to enter STEM fields.
Each year, the MUST Project supports approximately 100 undergraduate students with a one-year competitive scholarship of up to one-half of tuition, not to exceed $10,000. Students who maintain the required minimum grade point average will be eligible for a paid internship at a NASA center or other research facility. Additionally, students will benefit year-round from tutoring, lecture series and mentoring from STEM faculty and peers.
The application period closes on March 1, 2008. For more information, visit:
NASA DEVELOP Internship for Summer 2008 – Deadline Feb 4, 2008
NASA’s DEVELOP Summer 2008 Internship Program for undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or Remote Sensing is seeking applicants. This is a paid 10-week internship program located at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California that begins June 9, 2008 (for semester system) or June 16 (for quarter system).
DEVELOP is a NASA Science Mission Directorate Applied Sciences Program that fosters human capital development to extend science research to local communities. Student teams research NASA science capabilities relevant to community concerns, create and complete projects using remote sensing and GIS techniques, and create advanced computer generated visualizations demonstrating research results. The activities are student-led, with mentors from NASA and partner organizations.
A stipend will be provided for selected students. Housing for students coming from outside the area will be provided and is located near the DEVELOP facilities, with accessible public transportation. The Program also covers per diem and other travel costs for fieldwork conducted during the Program.
Applications must be postmarked by February 4, 2008. Telephone interviews will be conducted shortly after applications are received. Students selected for a summer 2007 DEVELOP internship will be notified by March 15, 2007.
For further information on the DEVELOP Internship Program at NASA Ames Research Center, please access the National Program website at: http://develop.larc.nasa.gov
US Government Accountability Office Internships – Deadline Feb 15, 2008
GAO is looking for graduate students in a wide variety of fields to assist GAO analysts to plan and conduct reviews of executive and legislative branch programs in paid internships. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), the congressional watchdog, is an independent and nonpartisan agency. GAO’s analyses and insights help Congress make informed decisions on policy and programs and ensure the accountability of the Federal government for the well-being of the American people.
U.S. Citizenship is required. The announcement is open until Friday, February 15, 2008.
For more information about GAO please visit http://www.gao.gov/careers/where.html
Space Telescope Science Institute Summer Student Program – Deadline – Feb 20, 2008
The Space Telescope Science Institute has announced its Summer Student Program for college undergraduates. The program will run 10 weeks from June through August 2008. STScI is located in Baltimore, Md., on the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University.
The Summer Student Program is centered upon one-on-one student interaction with a scientist working at the Institute. The diverse range of scientific interests includes the study of Earth’s solar system, interacting binary stars, quasars at the edge of the universe and the quest for intelligent life elsewhere. The goal is to place students in a true research environment where students will participate directly in research, including data acquisition, reduction and interpretation. At the end of the program, students will present their summer’s work at an informal symposium of their peers and mentors.
The Summer Student Program is oriented toward upper-division college undergraduates, typically students between their junior and senior years. Most participants are physics or astronomy students, but applications are welcome from anyone with enough interest and experience in science who wants to take part in a research experience. Foreign students are welcome to apply. Applications are due Feb. 20, 2008.
For more information, including answers to frequently asked questions, visit http://www.stsci.edu/institute/sd/students . Please e-mail any questions about this opportunity to email@example.com
THE WHITE HOUSE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – Deadline Feb 26, 2008
We are looking for those who would like to serve something greater than themselves. A White House Internship provides an opportunity for current students and recent graduates to experience everyday life at the White House while working with high-level officials on a variety of tasks and projects.
Strong applicants should exhibit:
∗ Sound academic credentials
∗ A demonstrated interest in public service
∗ Solid written and verbal communication skills
∗ A history of community involvement
∗ Strong character and leadership skills
Beyond experiencing the day-to-day operations of the White House, interns participate in a speaker series, tours, community service projects, and various White House events.
SUMMER 2008 INTERNSHIP
May 20th – August 15th
APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 26, 2008
FALL 2008 INTERNSHIP
August 26th – December 12th
APPLICATIONS DUE JUNE 3, 2008
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND AN APPLICATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT: