STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN NASA

Aeromechanics Office Interns Spring 2014

Aeromechanics Office Interns Spring 2014

Aeromechanics Office International Interns Spring 2014

Aeromechanics Office International Interns Spring 2014

LADEE Night Launch September 6th, 2013

LADEE Launch September 6th, 2013

Aeromechanics Office interns Fall 2013

Fall 2013

Aeromechanics Office Interns Summer 2013 Dr. Jeanette Epps, NASA Astronaut, visit

AUA Branch Interns Summer 2013 Dr. Jeanette Epps, NASA Astronaut, visit

Aeromechanics Office Interns Summer 2013 Mexican Power Goodbye

AUA Branch Interns Summer 2013 Mexican Power Goodbye

Aeromechanics Branch Interns Spring 2013

AUA Branch Interns Spring 2013

Aeromechanics Branch International Interns Winter 2013

AUA Branch Interns Winter 2013

Aeromechanics Branch Interns Fall 2012

AUA Branch Interns Fall 2012

Sunday 10:31 P.M. August 5th, 2012

AUA Branch Interns Summer 2012

Aeromechanics Branch Interns Summer 2012

AUA Branch Interns Summer 2012

Aeromechanics Branch Interns Spring 2012

AUA Branch Interns Spring 2012

June 28, 2011

AUA Branch Interns Spring 2011

Aeromechanics Branch Interns Summer 2011

AUA Branch Interns Summer 2011

Aeromechanics Branch Interns Spring 2011

AUA Branch Interns Spring 2011

Aeromechanics Branch Interns Fall 2010

AUA Branch Interns Fall 2010

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2010

AUA Branch Interns 2010

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2009

AUA Branch Interns 2009

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2008

AUA Branch Interns 2008

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2007

AUA Branch Interns 2007

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2006

AUA Branch Interns 2006

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2005

AUA Branch Interns 2005

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2004

AUA Branch Interns 2004

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2003

AUA Branch Interns 2003

Aeromechanics Branch Interns 2002

AUA Branch Interns 2002

Fellowship opportunities for interested and highly motivated students include experimental projects conducted in the Ames 7- by 10-Foot Wind Tunnel, full-scale helicopter or tilt rotor tests in the National Full-Scale Aerodynamics Complex (the world's largest wind tunnel), and in flight with resident U.S. Army UH-60A Black Hawk helicopters. Analytical research projects include new vertical lift aircraft assessment and analysis (manned and unmanned), comprehensive analysis of current and new helicopter and tilt rotor aircraft, as well as CFD modeling of rotary wing systems and airfoil aerodynamics. Many of these projects include collaboration with the Department of Defense (U.S. Army, DARPA) and the U.S. helicopter industry.

Some of the student design and internship opportunity announcements are listed below. To learn more about student opportunities at NASA, interested applicants should apply through the One Stop Shopping Initiative.

NASA Education Associates Program (EAP)

 EAP InternThe NASA Education Associates Program (EAP) offers students, post-docs and faculty the opportunity to work with scientists and engineers on NASA projects. The NASA EAP is a unique workforce development program that provides hands-on experience for participants in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and other academic disciplines. The NASA EAP is a year-round program and has a variety of time frames available.

NASA EAP provides a flexible workforce solution for EAP Sponsors while enabling students and faculty to contribute their specialized skills and grow their knowledge while at the same time gaining practical experience in their chosen field or career pathway.

For more information about this opportunity, visit: http://eap.usra.edu/