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NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD)
Summer 2011 Internship Opportunity


The Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) is coordinating two NASA Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD) internship opportunities at NASA Langley Research Center during the summer of 2011. The purpose of these internships is to train and develop the highly skilled scientific, engineering, and technical workforce of the future needed to implement the Vision for Space Exploration. ESMD website:      

      http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/home/index.html

Students will be engaged in hands-on engineering projects with a placement mentor starting June 6th and ending August 12th.  The internships will be open to sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students. This summer’s ESMD internship positions include a stipend of $6,000. No additional funding for travel or lodging will be provided. These positions are open only to full time students attending Virginia Space Grant Consortium member universities and colleges.   These institutions include Hampton University, Virginia Tech, University of Virginia, College of William and Mary, Old Dominion University, and the Virginia Community College System and you must be a U.S. citizen to be eligible.


Internship Code

 Internship Location

Internship Description

ESMD
VA-1
Summer 2011

The ROME Group, a division of Jacobs Technology and is a current contractor for
NASA Langley Research Center located in Hampton,   VA.
www.theromegroup.com

 Aeronautical/Aerospace engineering, computer science, and materials science skill sets required.  Intern will work directly with a mentor and a team of ROME Group professionals involved in several highly visible designs and build projects at NASA Langley Research Center. Desired student academic level – senior, master, or PhD.

ESMD
VA-2
Summer 2011

ViGYAN, Inc. is a current contractor for NASA Langley Research Center located in Hampton, VA.
www.vigyan.com

General knowledge of aerospace engineering and principles with very good computer skill sets.  Intern will work directly with a mentor and a team of ViGYAN professionals involved in evaluating the navigational requirements/constraints for constant thrust vehicles for flights to Mars.  Desired student academic level – sophomore thru PhD.



The application deadline is April 4, 2011.


VSGC NASA ESMD Internship Application (.doc) and guidelines for submitting

 

Virginia Space Grant Consortium is funded in part by a NASA training grant.


Virginia Space Grant Consortium
600 Butler Farm Road Suite 2253
Hampton, Virginia 23666
vsgc@odu.edu
Phone: 757/766-5210
Fax: 757/766-5205

Updated: 3-3-11