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Internships, Fellowships and Scholarships

NASA's Johnson Space Center in collaboration with NASA’s Ames Research Center is leading the agency’s efforts to invest in the nation's STEM learners, the workforce of tomorrow, by providing opportunities that will launch a new era of learning, innovation and achievement in STEM. NASA motivates students to pursue careers in STEM with unique NASA internships, fellowships, and scholarships, or NIFS. These offerings improve the retention of students in STEM disciplines by providing opportunities along the pipeline and thus increase the pool of STEM graduates.


Student Intern Applicant Online One Stop Shop for Students and Mentors  →
Students: Interested in one of the opportunities listed here? Use the OSSI System website as your one stop shop for most application submissions. Mentors: Post student opportunities in your area at NASA's One Stop Shop and find students to work on your projects.

JSC Pathway Intern Employment Program (formerly Cooperative Education Program) Johnson Space Center Pathway Intern Employment Program (formerly Cooperative Education Program)
Alternate semesters at college with semesters working at NASA's Johnson Space Center.

Lunar and Planetary Institute Summer Internships Lunar and Planetary Institute Summer Internships  →
Summer internships at the Lunar and Planetary Institute.


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Page Last Updated: March 3rd, 2014
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