- About ASGP
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The Alaska Space Grant Program (ASGP), a participant in the National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, invites applications from U. S. citizens for research and public service/education summer internships. These stipends are offered to students in aerospace, engineering, space science, Earth systems science, biological sciences, computer science, and other related science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) fields. Students working on educational research and public service topics in mathematics, science, engineering, or technology are also eligible to apply. Preference is given to projects directly related to aerospace, engineering, space science, Earth system science, and directly related educational efforts. Stipends available under this announcement are limited to students attending Alaska institutions of higher education.
Applications due March 1
NASA offers professional development and leadership opportunities to students through their Academy and Internship programs. The application process is run through OSSI:SOLAR. A NASA-wide system for the recruitment, application, selection and career development of undergraduate and graduate students primarily in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines. Opportunities for students in other disciplines are also available. If you apply here students can be considered for all types of NASA internship, fellowship, and scholarship opportunities in one system. A single internship or fellowship application places students in the applicant pool for consideration by mentors for all NASA internships or fellowships. To be considered for Alaska Space Grant sponsorship, please forward to firstname.lastname@example.org a copy of your OSSI:SOLAR application.
Applications due March 1
NASA Academy represents an immersive and integrated multidisciplinary exposure and training, for students with various backgrounds and career aspirations of critical importance to the National aerospace program. The following programs can be applied for through the link above.
NASA / Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) Internships
Applications due February 10
Since 2004, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) has offered summer projects to students interested in working on NASA missions or space-related research opportunities at APL. Students participating in the NASA/APL Internship Program will work at APL, and will make critical contributions to current and future missions or grants during their assignments in the Space Department. The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a not-for-profit center for engineering, research and development. APL is a division of one of the world's premier research universities, Johns Hopkins. The 399-acre campus, 20 miles north of Washington, DC, is home to 4,100 men and women who work on more than 400 programs that protect our homeland and advance the nation's vision in research and space science. http://www.jhuapl.edu/ourwork/default.asp or http://civspace.jhuapl.edu/index.php.
Below are relevant deadlines.
Students participating in the NASA/APL Internship Program must:
Alaska Aerospace Corporation Internship
Submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com with a cc to firstname.lastname@example.org. Indicate in your cover letter that you are a U.S. citizen currently enrolled in a STEM degree program at an Alaska institute of higher education and are therefore eligible to Alaska Space Grant funding.
Application Deadline: March 1
ASGP Affiliate Internship
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While all qualified students are encouraged to apply, women and individuals from underrepresented groups, specifically, Alaska Natives, Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanics, Pacific Islanders, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Students are required to identify a mentor in the faculty research, education, or public service communities with whom they intend to work and who is available to write a letter of recommendation.
Dates | Deadlines
Eligibility and U.S. Citizenship Requirement Fellowship/Scholarships are open to students who meet the following eligibility criteria:
Review | Selection Process The ASGP office evaluates the eligibility of all applications received. Qualified applications will be reviewed by the individual institutions that make recommendations for funding to the ASGP Director based on the quality of the applications as reflected in the review criteria. The final award decision will be at the discretion of the ASGP Director. Preference may be given to women and individuals from under-represented groups.
Review Criteria Applications are ranked based on the following criteria:
Other Requirements Award recipients agree to:
Funding Awards are subject to availability of NASA funding.
For More Information Contact Rebecca Lees at Rebecca.Lees@gi.alaska.edu or by phone at (907) 474-6833