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NASA Education Associates Program (EAP)


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Academic Level:
High School Students
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Undergraduates - Senior
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Faculty & Administrators

Description:
The NASA Education Associates Program (EAP) offers students, post-docs and faculty paid internships that allow students 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.

The Education Associates Program is an excellent research and development internship opportunity for students and faculty. NASA EAP is a unique experiential learning program that provides university students and faculty the opportunity to experience NASA and become a critical part of NASA’s workforce. As an Educational Associate, you will have the opportunity to participate in a project related to one or more of NASA's core workforce and research competency needs. Students and Faculty from a variety of academic disciplines have the opportunity to participate in NASA EAP. Students and Faculty that have the opportunity to participate in EAP will enhance their academic and professional careers in a wide variety of NASA technical research areas. Students and Faculty will be placed among the workforce to make a difference in aerospace, engineering, space sciences, technology, space administration and other related fields.
nationwide program

Participating Institution(s):
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NASA Ames Research Center (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
General Earth & Agriculture Sciences
General Engineering & Physical Sciences
General Math & Computational Sciences
General Technology

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This program is funded by:
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)


Page last updated 1/21/2017
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