Information regarding the new INSPIRE Project has been launched. INSPIRE stands for Interdisciplinary National Science Project Incorporating Research and Education Experience).
INSPIRE provides students from the 9th grade through the freshman year of college with on-line resources; NASA related activities and educational modules; and participation in video teleconferences with the centers.
Opportunities to participate in various experiences such as a one-day VIP tour and workshop at a center for students and a parent/guardian for 9th graders (rising 10th grade student). Transportation, lodging and meals are provided.
A two-week collegiate experience at participating college or university for 10th graders (rising 11th grade student).
An eight-week paid internship at a center for 11th graders (rising 12th grade student). All transportation, meals, lodging, and chaperones are provided. Students will participate in structured after work and weekend educational and cultural activities.
An eight-week paid internship at a center after high school graduation for 12th graders (rising college freshmen).For more detailed information and the link for applications click here.
Point of Contact:
NASA Glenn Educational Programs Office
NASA Facility: Glenn Research Center
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Area of Service: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin
Oklahoma State University