Virginia Space Grant Consortium STEM Internships
Langley Aerospace Research Summer Scholars (LARSS) Program
Application deadline is February 1st.
A paid, unique, highly competitive, year
round (3 sessions -- fall, spring, and summer) research internship program
for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
For 25 years, the LARSS program and the NASA Langley Research Center have helped preserve U.S. leadership in engineering and science by providing exceptional students the opportunity to work with Langley researchers on some of the Nation's most important, difficult, and challenging problems that require multi-disciplinary and collaborative solutions. LARSS is also a nationally ranked internship program. In 2011, the staff of Vault-Career Intelligence reviewed over 800 national internships and named LARSS one of its top 10 best internship programs. Eligibility requirements include U.S. citizenship; full-time student status at an accredited U.S. college or university; classification as a rising undergraduate junior or senior, or graduate student (master's or doctoral level) by the start of the summer session; and a cumulative 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
The 10-week summer session begins on Monday, June 4, and ends Friday, August
10, 2012. Students participate in a variety of tours, lectures, and social
events designed to achieve the "outcomes" established for the LARSS program.
The summer session culminates with students presenting the results of their
research in a variety of forums to various audiences.
Visit LARSS page.
LARSS Program Coordinator
Phone: (757) 864-5215
NASA Academy Summer Research Internships
The NASA Academy is a unique summer institute of higher learning whose goal is to guide future leaders of the Space Program by giving them a unique perspective on the entire NASA system. It includes a 10-week residency program on the campus of a NASA research center. During this residency, students work closely with NASA researchers on on-going projects, work with other residents on team projects, and attend discussions with experts from both inside and outside NASA.
Application deadline is February 6th.
Apply at: www.AcademyApp.com
Contact: Chris Carter, email@example.com, 757-766-5210
Old Dominion University's Engineering Early Advantage Program (EEAP)
Funded by the Virginia Space Grant Consortium, and sponsored by the Old Dominion's Career Management Center, EEAP was created to give female students early exposure to the university and provide them with a unique engineering experience. EEAP is part of ODU's Womengineers initiative, an ongoing effort to address the lack of women in engineering through education, recruitment and retention of female students from elementary school through college. This successful ongoing program has provided over 50 young women with a “head start” including hands-on engineering experiences, networking and mentoring opportunities with faculty, and the opportunity to bond with other female engineering students.
Contact: Beverly Forbes, bforbes @odu.edu.
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