[Acmsmajors] Reminder: NASA Internship Deadlines approaching (fwd)
miller at math.washington.edu
Wed Jan 10 15:17:34 PST 2007
Reminder -- NASA Academy applications due 1/16, JPL applications due 1/19
Other applications due end of January/February 1
Hello Research Enthusiasts,
It's NASA internship time!
Below I've listed a number of NASA internship applications that are now
available online. Please note that each internship has a different due date and
application process. Most applications are due in January or early February.
I've also attached an informational sheet on NASA internships.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
A national educational, training, and research resource for college
undergraduate and graduate students, dedicated to promoting current and future
opportunities for innovation and leadership in aerospace-related careers. For
more information about NASA Academy go to: http://academy.nasa.gov/
Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium evaluates applications from students
attending colleges and universities in Washington state, and forwards them to
the appropriate NASA centers. This year NASA
Academy will be offered at Glenn, Goddard, Marshall and Ames.
Applications can be found at: http://university.gsfc.nasa.gov/application/
***Applications are due January 16, 2007.****
In addition, the online application offers six additional internship
opportunities through the same application process.
(Please note that these programs are funded through the NASA centers and
Washington Space Grant does not provide funding for these programs).
The programs include:
* APL: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Student Internship
Program (APL) <http://university.gsfc.nasa.gov/programs/apl.jsp>
* FSTP: GSFC Faculty Student Team Program
* IVV: Independent Verification and Validation Internship
* Robotics: NASA Robotics Academy
* SAWDRIP: Summer Aerospace Workforce Development Research
* SIECA: Summer Institute in Engineering and Computer Applications
* SIP: Student Internship Program
Summer internships at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) provide qualified
undergraduate students with a unique opportunity to participate directly in
cutting-edge research. JPL, managed by the California Institute of
Technology,is NASA's lead center for robotic exploration of the solar system.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens,
have completed two years of college or university by June 2006, and be enrolled
at a Consortium member institution (Heritage University, Northwest Indian
College, North Seattle Community College, Seattle Central Community College,
Seattle University,University of Washington, University of Puget Sound,
Washington State University, Western Washington University, or Whitman
Applicants must also have a GPA of 3.0 or better and be planning to major in
math, science, engineering, technology,or science education.
***Applications must be postmarked by January 19, 2007***
NASA USRP (UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH PROGRAM)
NASA USRP seeks applications from undergraduate rising juniors and seniors.
Eligible fields of study include academic work in engineering, math, computer
and/or physical/life sciences. NASA USRP includes a 10 week internship at a
participating NASA Center.
***Applications due January 31, 2007**
LERCIP (Lewis Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Program)
This is an educational program that provides internships for students in
science, engineering, professional administrative, and technical areas.
Internships are available with various starting dates during the summer 2007 at
the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The internships are offered
under the auspices of NASA Glenn?s Educational and Research Collaborative
Internship Program, a collaborative undertaking by the Educational Programs
Office at NASA Glenn and the OAI Workforce Enhancements Department. Interns
receive assignments in research and development as well as technical and
administrative projects under the personal guidance of NASA professional staff
members. Each assignment is commensurate with the academic level and field of
study of the student.
***Applications due January 31, 2007***
LARSS PROGRAM (Langley Aerospace Research Summer Scholars)
The Langley Aerospace Research Summer Scholars (LARSS) Program is managed for
NASA by the Virginia Space Grant Consortium under the auspices of the National
Institute of Aerospace. The LARSS program is a 10-week summer internship at
NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) that benefits rising undergraduate juniors
and seniors, and graduate students who are pursuing degrees in aeronautical
engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, materials science,
computer science, atmospheric science, astrophysics, physics, chemistry, or
selected aerospace disciplines of interest to LaRC.
***Applications due February 1, 2007***
LUNAR PLANETARY INSTITUTE (LPI)
The Lunar and Planetary Institute invites undergraduates to experience
cutting-edge research in the planetary sciences through our Summer Intern
Program. As a Summer Intern, you would work one-on-one with a scientist at the
LPI or at the NASA Johnson Space Center to complete a research project of
current interest in planetary science. The Summer Intern program allows
participants to experience a real research environment, to learn from top-notch
planetary scientists, and to preview careers in research. College
undergraduates with at least 50 semester hours of credit interested in pursuing
a career in the sciences are eligible.
***Applications due February 1, 2007***
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Tracy Maschman Morrissey, M.A.
Student Program Coordinator and Advisor
Washington NASA Space Grant
University of Washington
151 Johnson Hall Box 351310
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