Summer 2019 NASA CTSGC Sponsored Internship Opportunities
NASA CTSGC in collaboration with several Connecticut-based industries and organizations has identified numerous full-time summer internship opportunities for student applicants. Internships span several areas in STEM-related and informal education organizations. The priority deadline for student applications is March 1st. After March 1st, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the positions are filled. Eligible students should indicate specific projects of interest. Students are required to work full-time for a minimum of 10 weeks at their internship site. Applicants must be an anticipated full-time student in an affiliated academic institution during the Spring 2019 term and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and be a US citizen. Interns receive a minimum total compensation of $6,000.
Technical, Industrial, and Educational Internships
Technical Internship: Priority given to community college students enrolled in an Associate’s degree or Certificate program at an affiliated academic institution are eligible to apply. If space is available internships may be offered to 4-year institution or graduate students.
Industrial Internship: Undergraduate/Graduate students enrolled at an affiliated academic institution are eligible to apply.
Educational Internship: Undergraduate/Graduate students enrolled at an affiliated academic institution are eligible to apply.
To apply for a Technical, Industrial, or Educational Internship you should complete the following:
- Industrial and Education, and Technical Internships Application Cover Sheet
- Narrative (refer to Student Programs Request for Proposals for more information)
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- One letter of recommendation
- Student transcript (must indicate anticipated full-time enrollment status (Spring 2018) and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0)
- Grant Verification Form
- Applicant Contact and Demographic
For more information on Technical, Industrial, or Educational Internship program, please see the Student Request for Proposals Booklet.