Explore and experience unique space and aeronautics content through NASA's education opportunities for high school students. Learn about opportunities to interact with NASA engineers and scientists.
Check out the student services section for information about NASA's recruitment schedule, helpful interview techniques, information on completing a resume and much more.
Search this site for information about the variety of NASA's career opportunities and the many ways that you can participate in the nation's space program.
People who grow up to be scientists and engineers usually are curious about how things work, whether mechanical objects or processes they see in nature.
Middle school and high school students can start preparing now if they are interested in science and engineering degrees.
A wide range of skills, knowledge and experience are required to explore planets, study galaxies and monitor Earth from space.
Mission engineers working on the Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite discuss what it’s like to build a satellite from scratch.› View This Video
What's your idea of a dream job? Check out this site to learn about the many cool jobs in engineering, the inspiring experiences of women engineers, what it's like to be a student in an engineering program, and how you can get started on this exciting career path.
A lot of people have worked on the Dawn project. The spacecraft is headed toward the asteroid belt. This site explains many types of careers that support the work of any NASA mission.
Learn more about women in the engineering field and how engineers make a difference in society and everyday life. The site also has college-prep suggestions and homework tips to help students choose coursework that will prepare them for an engineering education.
A number of people work on the Genesis project. This site provides information about the people supporting the Genesis mission.
Biographies and trading cards in the More Resources section highlight careers in aeronautics and aerospace engineering.
Listen to these archived podcasts that feature students discussing their experiences with NASA. The podcast also discusses NASA internships, fellowships, contests and other student opportunities.
Review the library of questions and answers to learn more about being an astrophysicist, an astronomer, a physicist and more.
Learn about Earth science professions to see how they relate to your skills, abilities and interests.
This site provides information about some of the fascinating jobs available in the aerospace industry.
NASA's Glenn Research Center has information available on many careers and how to prepare for them. While geared towards Girl Scouts, the information is good for every student interested in working at NASA.
NASA Aerospace Careers Information Summaries from NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center describe many jobs, from research pilots to machine shop technicians.
Check out Astro-Venture's resources on careers that include job titles and descriptions, areas of expertise, interests and abilities, suggested school subjects and courses, education needed, and more.
Middle school student Molly Moore interviews NASA's Associate Administrator for Education, Leland Melvin.
The Women@NASA website was developed to encourage more young women to pursue careers in mathematics, science and technology.› Women@NASA Website →
Launched on Feb. 11, 2010, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is making history. Meet some of women of SDO as they share their journeys to becoming scientists, engineers or other professionals.
Read about the internships and experiences students take part in as part of the Undergraduate Student Research Project.
Meet the engineers and scientists on the team that spent time in the Arizona desert testing equipment and technology that could one day be used on other planets.
Scientists and engineers talk about their career paths in the field of rocketry and their work at NASA.
A medical illustrator pushed the boundaries of his field with an internship at NASA Glenn's Acoustical Testing Laboratory.
Students always ask NASA employees and contractors how they got to NASA. Students can read over these snapshots detailing what people studied in college and the career paths that led them to NASA.
Students can read over these various biographies to find out what people studied in college and the career paths that led them to NASA.
It takes hundreds of people -- machinists, engineers, scientists and many others -- to get a spacecraft from the planning stages to its destination in outer space. The people in this gallery represent just a few of the folks who make ideas about space exploration a reality.
What's the best way to become a robotics expert? Scientists and engineers at NASA reveal how their career paths led to the world of robotics.
Several members of NASA's family have shared their stories on this poster.› English Version
Read feature articles about the people who work for NASA, and learn about the contributions they are making. You may also access links to videos, interactive features and more.
Read interviews of the people working behind the scenes in NASA's quest for new worlds.
Internships at JPL helped one woman build her career as a software engineer working on robotics.› View This Video
Discover the faces behind the hardware that will send humans to the moon and beyond.
Read about the people who teach astronauts how to wear and work in spacesuits; meet suit designers, technicians and engineers, and more.
Explore the interests and educational backgrounds of current and former astronauts.
An interactive poster and mini interviews feature the broad diversity and talents of individuals who help design, build, operate, maintain or tell the story of Hubble.
Learn about those who make shuttle missions happen.
View biographies of the scientists and engineers who are part of the LCROSS mission.
Read profiles of people who work for NASA in the fields of science, math, computers and engineering.
Read about what it's like to do plant research at NASA.
Find out about NASA's Earth Explorers and learn more about what they do.
Thousands of people make up the U.S. space program. They come from different backgrounds and had different dreams. At this site, meet some of the best and brightest people helping NASA achieve its goals.
Find out about NASA's Space Science Explorers and learn more about what they do.
Have you ever wondered how scientists work to understand the skies around us? Or wondered what rocket scientists do at NASA? Learn more at this site.