(I.)  Bennett Aerospace Internships

Four new internship opportunities are currently available at Bennett Aerospace.  They are for the following intern positions: (1) Robotics  (2) Engineering (3) Business and Technology Development and (4) Communications/Marketing.  For details, go to their web site:

http://www.bennettaerospace.com/expressionengine/index.php/home/internships

(II.) NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships
 
All Phase A applications must be submitted electronically through NSPIRES and are due by 6 PM ET on November 13, 2014. For more information please visit:  http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=46167
 
 
 
(III.) RASC-AL Human Scale Architecture and Systems Competition

 

The RASC-AL Program is open to full-time undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics at an accredited U.S.-based university.  Multi-disciplinary teams are encouraged.

Foreign students or universities can participate only as team-members/collaborators with a U.S.-led Team.  Each team must contain, at a minimum, one faculty advisor affiliated with the U.S.-based university, and 2 students from the U.S.-based university who work on the project and present at the 2015 RASC-AL Forum.  Teams may include senior capstone students, clubs, multi-university teams, or multi-disciplinary teams. 
 
Team categories: Graduate and Undergraduate 

Special Note:  If the team includes ANY graduate team members, team must enter in the Graduate division.

University design teams MUST include:


 
BACKGROUND INFORMATION FOR 2015 RASC-AL THEMES

NASA is embracing new paradigms in exploration that involve expanding our knowledge and leveraging resources as we extend our presence into the solar system. The 2015 RASC-AL themes are looking for innovations in crafting NASA exploration approaches and strategies as they relate to extending humanity’s reach beyond low Earth Orbit (LEO). These themes encompass timespans that range from near term robotic missions to 40 years into the future. Space pioneering and prospecting towards Earth independence is necessary to achieve NASA’s goal of extending humanity’s reach into space. Collaboration with commercial and international partners will be required to enable this vision. 
 
Within each theme, teams will select one or more enabling design elements to validate - either through detailed analysis or proto-type development. 
 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE
  1. Interested teams are strongly encouraged to submit an online Notice of Intentform by the rolling deadline of November 3rd, 2014.   
  2. Teams must submit an abstract (electronic upload) by the January 11th deadline. The RASC-AL Steering Committee will review each team's abstract and announce the finalists by February 1st, 2015.
  3. Selected teams will fully develop their proposed solution to the design challenge and present to NASA and industry experts at the 2015 RASC-AL Forum June 14-17, 2015.

 

 

 

 

*  Expired Opportunities * (New submission dates for 2015 to be added as soon as possible)

Each year NC Space Grant solicits proposals and applications from students to participate in the following programs:

Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Deadline to apply: February 3, 2014
Award Range: $6,000 to $8,000

This program provides add-on support for graduate students (PhD and Masters) to supplement and enhance STEM research experiences at university labs, NASA centers, or commercial facilities.

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Undergraduate Research Scholarship Program
Deadline to apply: February 3, 2014
Award Range: $4,000 to $6,000

This program engages the future STEM workforce in basic and/or applied aerospace-related research projects and facilitates the development of mentor relationship between students, faculty and the NASA community.

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NC Space Grant/Lord Corporation Summer Internship
Deadline to apply: December 31, 2013
Award Value: $9,500

The NC Space Grant has partnered with the Lord Corporation to establish a summer internship program to give students real-world experiences in a cutting-edge industrial setting.

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Undergraduate Scholarship Program
Deadline to apply: February 3, 2014
Award Amount: $1,000

The goal of this program is to promote undergraduate STEM-related research by assisting students with establishing relationships with student and faculty mentors early in their academic career.

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Community College STEM Scholarship Program
Deadline to apply: February 3, 2014
Award Amount: $1,000

The goal of this scholarship program is to encourage students engaged in associate degree programs to pursue studies in math, engineering, science fields that are essential to America's industrial and technological competitiveness.

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NASA Internship Opportunities
Deadline to apply: Varies
Amount: Varies

Students may explore and experience unique space and aeronautics content through NASA's education opportunities for higher education.


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