Job Title: NASA Intern – College level Job Status: Part time Number of Positions: 1 ExpectedStart Date: April 2020 Duration: Up to 1 year Work Location: Katherine Johnson Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Facility – Fairmont, WV/ Remote
Job Name: Team Readiness Yearlong Project Opportunity Job Description: NASA is seeking a college intern to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals at the Katherine Johnson IV&V Facility. The intern will be supporting an initiative dedicated to team readiness and will be tasked to develop a training portal that will allow employees to select and track progress toward completing levels of technical specialization.
Maintain master log of training materials and develop
database for easy access and integration in to common tools environment
Develop web interface to database that allows users to
select courses for a learning plan, track progress to completion, and
maintain learning history
Perform work on-site in the Government facility
Skills: To be
considered for this position, you must minimally meet the knowledge, skills,
and abilities listed below:
Enrolled in college or university majoring in computer
science or engineering
Must be at least a current college Junior
Experienced with relational databases and web
Experience with C#, JAVA
Able to develop software using
object-oriented software design and implementation principles
Excellent writing and communication skills are
required, and ability to interact well in group meeting/working
Familiarity with software architecture, systems
engineering, and verification and validation
Proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Public Trust Security
Audience: Full-time Undergraduate and Graduate Students at Accredited Minority-Serving Institutions Application Deadline: Jan. 21, 2020 Contact: email@example.com
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Environmental Management is seeking applicants for 10-week summer internships at the DOE’s National Laboratories. Interns will complete research projects aligned with ongoing DOE efforts. Students also will be involved in enrichment activities that may include laboratory and site tours, professional development seminars, workshops and lectures. A stipend or salary will be provided. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Scholars Program introduces college students and recent college graduates to the U.S. Department of Energy’s mission and operations. Participants apply their education, talent and skills in a variety of settings within the DOE complex. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and be an undergraduate, graduate or recent postgraduate of an accredited institute of higher education. Internships typically last 10 weeks during the summer, and stipends are provided.
NASA invites graduate students and established researchers to submit proposals for ground-based research for experimental and numerical studies that use experimental data residing in NASA’s Physical Sciences Informatics system. This solicitation appendix features five research areas: combustion science, complex fluids, fluid physics, fundamental physics and materials science. Proposals from graduate students must be submitted by their advisors. The typical award will be a maximum of $100,000 per year for up to two years.
Audience: Higher Education Educators and StudentsPre-Proposal Informational Teleconference: Dec. 2, 1-2:30 p.m. EST Proposal Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020 Contact: HQ-FINESST@mail.nasa.gov
NASA’s Science Mission Directorate is seeking proposals from accredited U.S. universities for research grants to begin in the 2020-21 academic year. Each proposal must identify a student seeking a master’s or doctorate degree in Earth and space sciences as the participating future investigator. Project proposers may request up to a three-year period of performance. Visit the website for details and proposal requirements.
Activities include: — Demonstrating sizes and distances of Earth. — Making a water filtration system. — Designing a lunar habitat. — Simulating finding oxygen on the Moon. — Making balloon rockets with a payload. — Simulating gravity with magnets.