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Employment Type:
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Posted:
7/25/2016
Job Category:
Engineering
Student Trainee (Engineering)
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About the Agency

The NASA Pathways Intern Program provides students with the opportunity to explore NASA careers and gain meaningful developmental work experience.

**These internships are beginning Fall 2016. Initial work rotation period will be approximately AUGUST 22, 2016 THROUGH DECEMBER 9, 2016. In order to be considered for this internship, applicants must be available to work and meet all program eligibility requirements in the General Qualifications section of this announcement for the entire rotation period stated in this announcement.**

This announcement is for intern positions in the Scientific, Technical, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) occupations. Opportunities include multiple types of positions within these occupational areas at the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center.

You may be required to perform rotational assignments to various organizations. Additionally, these positions require you to work a specific schedule such as rotating semesters between school and NASA. You may be required to work additional rotations depending on degree completion date.

Duties

This position is part of the NASA Pathways Intern Program which is a formal training program. You may be required to perform rotational assignments in various organizations.

This position is in Office of Facilities Engineering and Asset Management. Students work under the guidance of and will assist facilities engineering professionals in non-routine and progressively responsible duties which are directly related to the student's academic studies and occupational specialty.

About National Aeronautics and Space Administration

The NASA Innovative Lunar Demonstrations Data (ILDD) contracts provide for issuance of delivery orders that will specify data associated with system testing and integration, launch, in-space maneuvers, braking burns, lunar landing and other enhanced capabilities. Knowledge acquired from this data will be applied to the development of lander systems necessary to execute human and robotic missions to the moon, near-Earth asteroids or other solar system destinations. They will contribute to NASA's efforts to enable affordable and sustainable space exploration.