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University Days at Glenn

University Day is a virtual event designed to inspire and provide an opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to learn about NASA’s Internship Program. This engaging event will include details of how to apply for a NASA internship and a live workshop, a virtual tour of a NASA Glenn facility, and a Q&A panel with NASA interns and mentors.

Visit NASA Glenn Office of STEM Engagement about University Days at Glenn

Eligibility/Requirements

  • Student must be a citizen of the United States or a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR).
  • Student must be enrolled in high school or a full-time degree-granting program at an accredited college or university.
  • A device connected to the Internet is required to participate in this event. 
  • A webcam is optional. 

Key Dates

University Day (Winter)
Registration Opens: October 30, 2023
Registration Closes: December 22, 2023
Virtual Event Date: Wednesday, January 17, 2024: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET

Individual Registration: Those registering five or fewer students, Click here to Register, then click on “Apply Now” in the top right corner. You may need to create an account.

Group/Organization Registration: Those registering more than five students, Click here to Register, then click on “Apply Now” in the top right corner. You may need to create an account. Please list the total number of connected devices you intend to use for this event as “Number of Teams Participating.” We ask that larger groups limit themselves to a maximum of five connected devices.

University Day (Fall)  
Registration Opens: August 12, 2024
Registration Closes: September 13, 2024
Virtual Event Date: Thursday, October 3, 2024: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET 

Individual Registration: Those registering five or fewer students, Click here to Register , then click on “Apply Now” in the top right corner. You may need to create an account.

Group/Organization Registration: Those registering more than five students, Click here to Register, then click on “Apply Now” in the top right corner. You may need to create an account. Please list the total number of connected devices you intend to use for this event as “Number of Teams Participating.” We ask that larger groups limit themselves to a maximum of five connected devices.

If you have any technical problems with the application process, please reach out to the Gateway Help Desk at hq-nasa-stem-gateway@mail.nasa.gov. Include a description of the issue and any necessary screenshots.

If you have any questions about the event itself or need non-technical assistance with the application process, please contact us at GRC-Ed-Opportunities@mail.nasa.gov.

Contact Information

This event is featured as a part of NASA Glenn’s Student STEM Events. 

Jeresha Nixon
Education Program Specialist
GRC-Ed-Opportunities@mail.nasa.gov
(216) 433-6656

Glenn Research Center – Office of STEM Engagement

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