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Opportunities funded by NASA

NASA funding supports a variety of internships, fellowships, and scholarships nationwide in a wide range of STEM and related disciplines. Check out the links below to search for NASA related opportunities.

Visit the toolbox page for additional tips on applying. Don't forget to visit our NASA profiles page to read about current and former NASA interns and fellowship/scholarship recipients.

NASA One Stop Shop Initiative (OSSI):

NASA's one stop shop website for internships (and some fellowships and scholarships) with NASA. Internships are paid and occur at one of NASA's centers or research facilities. Internships are available for summer, fall semester, and spring semester sessions. Students can apply for up to 15 opportunities with a single base application.

NASA Pathways Program:

NASA Pathways Programs provide opportunities for students and recent graduates to be considered for Federal employment through the NASA Pathways Intern Employment Program (IEP), the NASA Pathways Recent Graduates Program (RGP), and the NASA Pathways Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program.

Additional NASA opportunities:

Additional NASA opportunities, including scholarships and fellowships funded by NASA.

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This material is based upon work partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. 0646359, 1444498, 1139269, 0853147, 0827110, 0749544, 0703763, 0701472, 0549302, 0503536, 0456706, 0429048, 0954286, 0728588, 0834096, 1444382, 1037641, 1038809, 1315956, 1506040.

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