The following is a summary of grant and scholarship awards that will be issued during our December 2017 award cycle. For more information about these funding opportunities please visit our Student Programs Request for Proposals: Academic Year 2017-2018. To complete an application please visit our Forms page.
NASA CTSGC December 2017 Call for Proposals
|Award||Audience||Anticipated Number of Awards||Award Amount||Application Due Date*||Awards Announced|
|Undergraduate Scholarship||Student (undergraduate at a 4-year institution)||4||$5,000||December 1, 2017||December 22, 2017|
|Community College Scholarship||Student (community college)||2||$1,500||December 1, 2017||December 22, 2017|
|Community College Transfer Scholarship||Student (undergraduate at a 4-year institution who began at a community college)||3||$5,000||December 1, 2017||December 22, 2017|
|Graduate Research Fellowship||Student (graduate)||3||up to $8,000||December 1, 2017||December 22, 2017|
|Undergraduate Research Fellowship||Student (undergraduate)||7||up to $5,000||December 1, 2017||December 22, 2017|
|Student Project||Student||6||up to $1,000||December 1, 2017||December 22, 2017|
|Student Travel||Student||4||up to $1,000||December 1, 2017||December 22, 2017|
|Industrial and Education Internship**||Student (undergraduate)||11||$6,000||December 1, 2017||February 23, 2018|
|Technical Internship**||Student (community college)||7||$6,000||December 1, 2017||February 23, 2018|
* All submissions are due by 11:00am on application due date. All work for grants awarded in December must be completed by April 8th, 2018.
** For more information about the Summer 2018 Industrial and Education and Technical Internship Programs visit here.
Graduate/Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Eligible full-time undergraduate/graduate student of a Consortium university/college may apply. Students are expected to work on research related to space/aerospace science or engineering under the guidance of a faculty member or a mentor from industry. (NASA restricts fellowships to U.S. Citizens.)
Student Project Grant
Eligible full-time student or group of students enrolled in a Consortium university/college may apply. The purpose of this grant is to allow students to purchase supplies needed for projects that are beyond the normal funds allocated by departments, colleges, and universities. (NASA restricts project funds to U.S. Citizens.)
Student Travel Grant
Eligible full-time student enrolled in a Consortium university/college may apply for a travel grant to visit NASA centers to use unique facilities or present their NASA-related work at professional meetings. (NASA restricts travel funds to U.S. Citizens for domestic travel only.)
Eligible full-time students from a Consortium 4-year unive
Community College Scholarship
Eligible full-time students from a Consortium community college may apply for a community college scholarship
Community College Transfer Scholarship
Eligible full-time students from a Consortium 4-year university/college who began at a community college may apply for a community college transfer scholarship.
Industrial, Education, and Technical Internships
NASA CTSGC offers two types of internship opportunities: Industrial and Education Internship and Technical Internship. Both internship programs are offered for full-time internships that should be for a minimum of 8 weeks during the summer. Industrial and Education Internships are available to undergraduate and graduate students from 4-year institutions and community colleges. Priority for Technical Internships are given to community college students. Undergraduate/graduate students enrolled at NASA CTSGC affiliated institutions are eligible to apply. In late Fall term internship opportunities are posted on the NASA CTSGC website. For more information about the Summer 2018 Industrial and Education and Technical Internship Programs visit here.
Applications and further information about NASA CTSGC Grants, Scholarships, and Internships may be obtained from your university/college NASA CTSGC Campus Director. NASA CTSGC actively encourages women, minorities, and those with disabilities to apply for its grants, scholarships, and internships.