NASA’s Interdisciplinary National Science Project Incorporating Research and Education Experience (INSPIRE) is open to high school students. These internships provide hands-on experience in careers related to science, technology, engineering, and math. As an intern, you get to visit NASA headquarters. You also spend 2 weeks at a Space Grant Institution or University. And if you’re qualified and lucky, you might even earn a paid internship during your senior year!
Another great internship opportunity for high school students is the Kennedy Internship Program (KIP). You qualify if you’re at least 16 years old and are interested in the business, science, or engineering fields. This is a paid internship and helps you develop the skills necessary to work at the Kennedy Space Center.
If you’re planning to go to college, a great internship to consider is NASA’s Undergraduate Student Research Project (USRP). You will have the opportunity to do research alongside professionals at NASA centers and support facilities.
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