Idaho STEM Pipeline - Science.Technology.Engineering.Mathematics
NASA Internships (NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium's (ISGC) Ambassador Program)

NASA Internships are a fun, challenging way to build professional experience. Internships are offered year-round for students studying engineering, mathematics, computer science, the physical/life sciences, and much more. In years past, students have had to apply for internships at each of the NASA centers. NASA has now developed the ONE STOP SHOPPING INITIATIVE (OSSI) Launchpad and the STUDENT ON-LINE APPLICATION for RECRUITING (SOLAR) interns website for applicants. Students can apply to all the centers at once through the program.


Category:
Program, Financial Resource - On-site at NASA centers across the United States (for example, NASA Marshall (MSFC), Johnson (JSC), Ames, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Target Audiences:
Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Females, Underrepresented Minorities
Please contact program about event date

Eligibility Criteria:
Undergraduate or graduate student in STEM-related field

Contact Information   
Phone:
208-885-4934
isgc@uidaho.edu

http://www.idahospacegrant.org/#!internships/c1v6t