Summer 2021 NASA CTSGC Sponsored Internship Opportunities
NASA CTSGC, is in collaboration with Connecticut-based industries and organizations, is identifying full-time summer internship opportunities for student applicants; these are being posted on the website as they arrive. This will be a rolling deadline for applications, which are now being accepted. Eligible students should indicate specific projects or companies of interest. Students are required to work full-time for a minimum of 10 weeks at their internship site; virtual internships will be considered. Applicants must be a full-time student at an affiliated academic institution during the spring of 2021 and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be a US citizen. Interns receive a minimum compensation of $6,000.
Interested companies who wish to offer an internship, please contact the NASA CT Space Grant office at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 please submit the online application here: Internship Application
The following information will also be required when you apply.
- Applicant Contact/Demographic Information (this information is utilized for NASA reporting only)
- Proposal Information
- Narrative – 3 page maximum
- Why are you interested in an internship?
- Why should you be selected for this opportunity?
- Describe how your interest/experience will be enhanced by this internship.
- How will this internship enhance or contribute to your long-term academic and career goals?
- Please list all technical courses you have taken that may be helpful to hiring managers in considering you qualifications.
- Please explain your interest in your top 3 project choices. How does each project fit with your current interests and/or proposed career goals?
- What has been the extent of your contact with CT industry, particularly the company you are interested in working with? (Please indicate the name of any individuals with whom you have been working/speaking.)
- One Letter of Recommendation (internal or external) – One letter must be from the research project supervisor. All recommendation letters need to be signed and on institutional letterhead. Faculty who wish to submit confidential letters of recommendation may use the online system.
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae – One-page maximum. For team proposals please submit a resume/CV for each team member.
- Student Transcript – Official is preferred; however, unofficial is acceptable if availability at the time of submission is a problem.
- Narrative – 3 page maximum
For more information on Technical, Industrial, or Educational Internship program, please see the Student Request for Proposals Booklet.
Summer Internship Project Proposals
Project Title: Support of Additive Manufacturing Development Programs
Location: East Hartford, CT 06118
Start/End Dates: Open
Brief Project Description: Assist CCAT’s Advanced Manufacturing Center’s Additive Manufacturing Team in commissioning newly acquired industrial additive manufacturing systems, process development, and customer projects using state of the art robotic and conventional metal and polymer 3D printers.
Desired Job Requirements: This is a hands-on opportunity to participate in building and operating the work cells and will involve the following skills: robotics/automation, additive manufacturing, welding, CAD design, using basic metal working tools, data collection and analysis.
Number of Students: 1