We are NASA interns contributing every day to NASA missions. We all have our own story and path to how we got to NASA, , unique intern experiences to share and we invite you to learn more about how we got here. Explore with us. Ask us anything.
Every year, thousands of students bring their diverse skill sets to NASA’s 10 centers and research facilities. In honor of National Intern Day, we have a team of interns, coordinators, and subject matter experts ready to answer your questions about NASA internships. Have you ever wanted to ask a NASA intern how they got their internship? Or hear from intern coordinators on their top application tips? We’re ready to help! We’re answering your questions on July 30th, 2020 from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm ET. Ask us anything!
Answering your questions are:
- Kathleen Wilcox – Internship Coordinator at Kennedy Space Center, Apache-Logical JV
- Matthew Hilts -- GNU Radio Receiver Implementation and Testing Intern at Glenn Research Center
- Baylee Bourque – Pathways/Student Trainee at Stennis Space Center
- Tamsyn Brann – Design and Communication Support Intern at Glenn Research Center
- Matt McGillick – Control of Flexible Spacecraft with Structural Feedback Intern at Armstrong Flight Research Center
- Taylor Waddell – Pathways/Student Trainee at Kennedy Space Center
- Katie Jevin – Communications Intern at Johnson Space Center
- Abel Morelos – Internships Communications Coordinator, USRA
- Veronica Clauson – Internships Operations Manager
UPDATE: Thanks, Reddit for the terrific questions! It’s time for us to sign off here, but good luck in the pursuit of your own NASA internships and experiences - Happy National Intern Day!