for the 2023 NASA Internship & Fellowship Programs in USA is Currently Open.
Benefits, How to Apply and Deadline.
Applications are invited to apply for NASA Internship and Fellowship 2023/2024 (Paid). All National and International Students are eligible to apply for NASA Space Internship & Fellowship Opportunities 2023. NASA offers a variety of internship and fellowship opportunities that provide invaluable hands-on experience and exposure to cutting-edge research and development.
NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is a United States government agency responsible for leading the nation’s space exploration efforts. Founded in 1958, NASA has been at the forefront of groundbreaking achievements in space exploration, scientific discovery, and technological innovation. From landing humans on the Moon to exploring Mars and studying the Earth from space, NASA’s missions have captured the imagination of people around the world. With a workforce of over 17,000 employees, NASA conducts cutting-edge research and development across a wide range of scientific and engineering disciplines.
About the NASA Internship and Fellowship Program 2023/2024:
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NASA Internship and Fellowship 2023/2024 is a Paid Opportunities for Students and Graduates.
Detail is given below:
- Monthly Stipends
- Travel reimbursement
- Tuition assistance
- Health insurance
- Professional development opportunities
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Cover letter or personal statement
- Transcript(s) of academic record
- Letters of recommendation (usually 2-3)
- Application form (online or paper-based)
- Proof of US citizenship or Other country citizenship
- Background check or security clearance (if required for the program)
Types of NASA NASA Internship and Fellowship:
1) NASA International Intern and Fellow:
Students from the countries are eligible to apply for NASA Intern and Fellow Opportunities for International Students:
- Australia: Victorian Space Science Education Center (VSSEC)
- Brazil: Brazilian Space Agency (AEB)
- Canada: Canadian Space Agency (CSA)—Program on hold
- Europe: European Space Agency (ESA)—Program on hold
- Israel: Israel Space Agency (ISA)
- Jordan: Crown Prince Foundation
- Lithuania: Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA)
- Mexico: Mexican Space Agency (AEM)
- New Zealand: Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE)
- Norway: Norwegian Space Center (NSC)
- Portugal: Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT)
- South Korea: Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI)
- Sweden: Swedish National Space Agency (SNSA)
- Trinidad and Tobago: National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (NIHERST)
- United Arab Emirates (UAE): UAE Space Agency (UAESA)
- Currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) in a topic relevant to NASA’s mission priorities.
- Maintaining high academic standing.
- Demonstrating an active interest in the US space program.
- Communicating Proficiently in English
How to Apply?
Students have to contact via Email with Respective Country NASA Center to apply.
For Contact in Your country use the following Email Address:
- Australia: Danielle Shean [email protected]
- Brazil: Nadia Sacenco [email protected]
- Canada: Program on hold.
- Europe: Program on hold.
- Israel: Adi Ninio [email protected]
- Jordan: The Crown Prince Foundation: [email protected]
- Lithuania: Eglė Elena Šataitė [email protected]
- Mexico: Carlos Duarte [email protected]
- New Zealand: Dimitri Geidelberg [email protected]
- Norway: Pål Brekke [email protected]
- Portugal: Filipa Coelho [email protected]
- South Korea: Mr. Jeongwon Lee [email protected]
- Sweden: Perina Stjernlöf [email protected]
- Trinidad & Tobago: Darielle Rampersad [email protected]
- United Arab Emirates Space Agency: [email protected]
- Official Link
2) NASA High School and College Students Internships:
- Applicants for this internship must be U.S. Citizens and meet a minimum 3.0 GPA requirement.
- These paid internships are offered across NASA facilities in fall, spring, and summer sessions.
- One application is viewed agency-wide.
- OSTEM interns may receive a stipend based on academic level and session length.
- Prior experience is not required.
- Opportunities are available at the high school, undergraduate, graduate, and educator levels.
- NASA also sponsors interns at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California.
- To learn more or apply, click here.
- Apply Link
3) NASA Pathways Internships:
Pathways Internship Program prepares you for a career at NASA and offers a direct pipeline to full-time employment at NASA upon graduation.
Types of Internships:
- Engineering, Science, and Technology
- GS-899: Engineering
- GS-1399: Physical Sciences
- GS-0099: Safety & Occupational Health
- GS-199: Social Sciences
- GS-299: Human Resources
- GS-399: Administration and Program Management & Analysis
- GS-599: Accounting & Budget
- GS-1099: Communication & Public Relations
- GS-1199: Procurement and Contracts
- GS-1599: Math & Statistics
- GS-2299: Information Technology
- Must be a US citizen
- Age must be more than 16 Years
- Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment on at least a half-time basis in an accredited educational institution and maintain enrollment at least half time as defined by the institution;
- Be pursuing a degree or certificate;
- Currently have and maintain a cumulative 2.9 grade point average on a 4.0 scale;
- Be able to complete at least 640 hours of work prior to completing your degree/certificate requirements; and
- Required to sign a Pathways Participant Agreement.
- Required to undergo a pre-employment background investigation
- Male applicants born after December 31, 1959
- Vacancies also require that applicants be available to begin work between a predetermined timeframe
- Official Link
4) NASA Fellowships:
NASA offers several types of fellowships for students pursuing advanced degrees in science, engineering, and related fields.