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Summer of Innovation

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Let the employee volunteer program of NASA's Johnson Space Center assist you!

Schools or Educational Organizations
Through the Education Outreach Program, volunteers work with students and schools within a 50-mile radius of Johnson. Members of this program participate as guest presenters in the classroom; serve as science fair judges, tutors, mentors, host students for career shadowing; and take part in student interviews.

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Professional or Civic Organizations
The Speakers Bureau works with professional and civic organizations around the world as well as schools and educational organizations outside of the 50-mile radius of Johnson. Volunteer members of this program can address a variety of topics, including engineering, life sciences, space sciences, medical applications, spacesuits, life-support systems, the International Space Station, lunar exploration and spinoff technology.

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Page Last Updated: June 4th, 2014
Page Editor: NASA Administrator