NASA Internships

NASA Intern.gov is a NASA-wide system for the recruitment, application, selection and career development of undergraduate and graduate students primarily in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines. Students have the ability to search and apply for all types of NASA internship, fellowship, and scholarship opportunities in one system. A single internship or fellowship application places students in the applicant pool for consideration by mentors for all NASA internships or fellowships.

Students can submit internship application for Summer 2019 starting November 1st, 2018 on the NASA Intern website. 

Internship placement typically begins mid - January. If you get an offer you have five days to respond via the email address you listed. If you have any problems with your application, please contact us.

Applications include:

  • Ames Research Center (Mountain View, CA)
  • Glenn Research Center (Cleveland, OH)
  • Marshall Space Flight Center (Huntsville, AL)
  • Armstrong Flight Research Center (Edwards AFB, CA)
  • Langley Research Center (Hampton, VA)
  • Goddard Space Flight (Greenbelt, MD)
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Pasadena, CA)
  • Johnson Space Center (Houston, TX)
  • Stennis Space Center (Hancock County, MS)
  • Kennedy Space Center (SR 405, FL)

NASA Academy website

Academy Program Descriptions (pdf)

APL Intern Program (pdf) and website

NASA Interns supported by MSGC includes the following elements:

A student must be a U.S. citizen enrolled as a full-time student at a Montana Space Grant Consortium campus.

A final report of at least 2 pages must be completed at the end of the term. Students must make a presentation about their research. This form is to verify presentations by MSGC funded students and give MSGC staff the ability to attend the presentations.