The National Space Club Scholars Program is a six-week STEM summer internship opportunity for students completing the tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grade in high school.
This year's NSC Scholars Program will take from June 24 - August 2, 2013 at both theGSFC Greenbelt, MD location and the WFF Wallops Island, VA location.
Students must reside within commuting distance to the selected site. Students will receive an $1800 stipend for participating in the NSC Scholars Program.
The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center manages the online application process, therefore the information below contains their Education Office contacts if students need assistance.
Information regarding the online application process, qualifications, and contact information is found below.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Office of Education
GSFC 2013 HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
NASA OSSI/NIFS Online Application Website
Open from November 1, 2012-March 15, 2013
To apply to 2013 Goddard High School Summer Internship Opportunities visit NASA's
"One Stop Shopping Initiative Recruiting NASA Interns, Fellows, and Scholars"
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center High School Summer Intern Programs engage interns in
applications of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in a research-focused work
environment at Goddard. Student interns learn and apply research protocols and processes related
to Earth & space-systems science, computer science, engineering, and technology. Generally, a
successful applicant meets/exceeds these basic qualifications:
1. At least 16 years of age at start of internship
2. Minimum 3.0 GPA (unweighted) on a 4.0 scale
3. U.S. citizen
National Space Club Scholars Program
and eligibility, visit
To access the 2013 NASA OSSI/NIFS website
and apply for available project positions, visit
For more information about NASA GSFC Summer High School Internship Opportunities, contact either
Katherine Bender, or evelina Felicite-Mauric.
Goddard high school summer internships include, but are not limited to, the National Space Club
Scholars Program (NSCSP) and mentor-funded opportunities.
Interested students may create a profile and apply to a project(s) anytime during the open registration
period, November 1, 2012-March 15, 2013. Projects will be added to the database on a continuing
basis, so be sure to check back.
Call: (703) 379-5227 Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org