Ask us anything about becoming a NASA intern!
Thanks for joining us for today's Reddit AMA on internships at NASA! we love all the questions and hope to see your applications in the future. We're signing off shortly, but you can learn more about our internships at intern.nasa.gov.
Each year, almost 2,000 students across the United States get the opportunity of a lifetime: a chance to intern at NASA. Whether you have questions about upcoming internship opportunities, need tips to start the application process or want to hear first-hand stories of what it’s like to intern at NASA, we have a team of experts who can answer your questions. We’re taking your questions on National Intern Day, July 26, 2018, from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. EDT. Ask us anything!
Here answering your questions are:
- Allison Bolinger - Member of the 2018 Class of NASA flight directors who will lead the Mission Control Center in Houston and former NASA intern
- Mindi Capp - NASA Education Specialist
- Chrissy Linsinbigler - NASA Internships Program and Communications Coordinator
- Andrew Schurr - Communications NASA intern supporting the Science Mission Directorate
- Veronica Seyl - Operations Manager for the NASA internship program
- Flint Wild - Senior Education Editor at NASA