14 de Marzo de 2012 Eventos en tu universidad
NASA Internships!Conversation with Past NASA Interns! Live Webinar!
14/ Marzo/ 2012 8:00 pm - 8:00 pm
1. Live Webinar with Former and Current Interns (March 14th, 2012
2. Only 7 More Days Left to Apply! Application Deadline is March 16th!
3. Remember, it's a TWO-PART Application - Did you complete both?
4. Graduating Seniors CAN apply! (Newly released news)
APPLY DIRECTLY AT INTERN.NASA.GOV!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to intern at Jet Propulsion Laboratory? Or how about Johnson Space Center? Well, you're in luck. Next Wednesday, we will be conducting a LIVE WEBINAR with past and current NASA Interns to provide insight and advice based on their experiences in these positions. They can provide direct knowledge regarding the training, projects, and rigors that comprise NASA Internships, and what it takes to earn the internship along with being selected for multiple years - each has completed multiple internships. During this live webinar, you will be given to the opportunity to ask questions and gain feedback from them. Please find information regarding the panelists below.
Live Webinar with Former and Current NASA Interns!:
Carnegie Mellon University, '13
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
Internships at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (twice) and NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center
Nayomi Plaza Rodriguez
Graduate: University of Wisconsin, Madison | Undergraduate: University of Puerto Rico, MayagŁez, '11
Graduate: Materials Science | Undergraduate: Mechanical Engineering
Internships at NASA Langley Research Center and NASA Marshall Flight Center
University of Puerto Rico, MayagŁez, '13
Internship at NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (twice)
Topic: NASA One Stop Shopping Initiative: Navigating the Intern Experience
Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Time: 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (Next Wednesday Evening/Night!)
Meeting Number: 734 944 813
Meeting Password: NASA
Furthermore, I will inform you that many students haven't completed their application because they don't realize it must be done in two parts (unfortunately, I cannot verify each application individually, you must verify that your information states that it is complete). The first part is to complete their basic profile application (their general information, educational history, work experience, letter(s) of recommendation, skills/awards, and 250 word essay, terms of acknowledgement). Then, the second part is to apply directly to NASA opportunities. Remember, you are allowed to apply up to 15 different opportunities. Some of these opportunities may request a 150 word essay.
Lastly, we were informed earlier this week that graduating Seniors (May 2012) are allowed to apply for summer 2012 internships! We do apologize for the late notice, but we were informed of these opportunities just this week. Graduating seniors can apply to all opportunities for seniors for Summer 2012. And remember, there is only 7 days left until the application closes on March 16th, 2012! Do not wait for the last minute because the system will be experiencing a heavy volume of traffic on that day. Remember, late applications will not be accepted for any reason - remind your professors to submit their letters of recommendation if you haven't already!
A. U.S. or Naturalized Citizen
B. Currently enrolled full-time student (Freshman in college through Masters and Doctoral Students)
C. Minimum 2.8 GPA
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me, and I will do my best to respond prior to the deadline. And finally, please be sure to come with LOTS of questions for our panelist of interns next Wednesday!
NASA OSSI Outreach Coordinator