NASA is deploying a single, Agency system for the recruitement, application, selection and career development of undergraduate and graduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematic disciplines. Students access information about internship and fellowship opportunities across NASA to engage in research, aerospace education and space exploration. A student completes a single internship and/or fellowship application to express interest in up to 15 specific opportunities for each summer, fall, spring or year-long session.
The Student On-Line Application for Recruiting Interns, Fellows, and Scholars (SOLAR) http://intern.nasa.gov.
The NASA Office of Education is pleased to offer a second opportunity for Summer of Innovation, or SoI, Mini-Grants in partnership with the National Space Grant Foundation. The mini-grant aspect of the SoI enables local organizations to infuse NASA-themed … [Read more]
Description The National Space Grant Foundation is pleased to announce the X-Hab Academic Innovation Challenge. This program is a university level challenge designed to support the NASA Habitat Demonstration Unit and to engage and retain students in … [Read more]
NASA Research Announcement for Competitive Program for Science Museums and Planetariums Plus Opportunities for NASA Visitor Centers and Other Informal Education Institutions (CP4SMP+)
The NASA Office of Education invites proposals from museums, science centers, planetariums, NASA Visitor Centers, and other informal education institutions via this 2011 NASA Research Announcement: Competitive Program for Science Museums and Planetariums … [Read more]
NASA has invited college students to take part in the 2011 Space Tech Engineering Design Challenge. Students are invited to design a technology that will help further space exploration and development. Designs may relate to autonomous operations; entry, … [Read more]
We arepleased to announce the launch of the 2011 NASA / Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) application. It is online and available at http://www.APLapp.com. Since 2004, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) has offered … [Read more]