Guidance regarding conferences, travel, and training that reflect the new fiscal reality in which the agency must operate has been provided. For specific guidance as it relates to NASA Education activities please reference this page!
GRC’s National Lab Day is geared to inspire students to become interested in the STEM fields by participating in research facility tours, hands-on activities, a career showcase, astronaut briefing, STEM related demonstrations and other activities which are age level appropriate.
Click on the link above to learn more about summer high school internship opportunities available at NASA Glenn Research Center for current sophomores or juniors enrolled in a high school located within a 50-mile radius of GRC. You are encouraged to bookmark this site and check back frequently for status updates on the project.
High school students receive career exploration from mentors at NASA Glenn.
Learning for Life's career education project for young men and women.
MC2STEM High School provides students a rigorous curriculum and project-based learning environment that will prepare them for the 21st century global economy. NASA Glenn is supporting these efforts by providing Subject Matter Experts, Tutoring, Job Shadowing, Career Luncheons, and Professional Development.
MUST awards scholarships and internships to undergraduates pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, fields.
High schools in Engineering and robotics competitions.
A national, innovative program designed for underserved and underrepresented youth.
Click on the link above to learn more about summer internship opportunities available for students and teachers at NASA Glenn Research Center for Students and Teachers. You are encouraged to bookmark this site and check back frequently for status updates on the project.
Ten students who were nominated by NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland are currently participating in the NASA Student Ambassador Program.
03.17.09 - A newsletter produced by high school interns shares students' NASA experiences.
01.05.07 - Astronaut Michael Good, of Ohio, told local students about his upcoming mission to Hubble on Young Astronaut Day.