NASA's Internship Program (4 positions)

NASA | Remote | Full-time


NASA Glenn Research Center is based in Cleveland, Ohio – However at this time many internships are being held virtually, elevating the need to find housing if the student lives elsewhere. Positions being offered range from Biology, Business, Engineering, Computer Science and much more. All currently available positions are posted to – This is also where you apply.



NASA Office of STEM Engagement (OSTEM) paid internships allow high school and college-level students to contribute to agency projects under the guidance of a NASA mentor.

  • Applicants for this internship must be U.S. Citizens and meet a minimum 3.0 GPA requirement.
  • These paid internships are offered across NASA facilities in fall, spring, and summer sessions.
  • One application is viewed agencywide.
  • OSTEM interns may receive a stipend based on academic level and session length.
  • Prior experience is not required.
  • Opportunities are available at the high school, undergraduate, graduate, and educator levels.



The Pathways program offers current students and recent graduates paid internships that are direct pipelines to full-time employment at NASA upon graduation. Launch your career with a Pathways internship.

  • NASA's work-study (co-op) program is a starting point to a career at NASA.
  • Pathways interns gain valuable work experience and professional development.
  • Paid federal civil servant opportunities with benefits are offered across most NASA facilities.
  • Completion of the Pathways program may lead to a NASA job offer.



NASA Fellowships allow graduate-level students to pursue research projects in response to the agency’s current research priorities.

  • NASA Fellowships support graduate-level projects and proposals which contribute to a NASA Research Opportunity.
  • Student researchers are exposed to NASA's innovation-oriented culture and facilities.
  • Fellows participate in prestigious conferences and a Center Based Research Experience.
  • Fellowships support academic institutions by enhancing graduate learning and development.



University students from participating countries may intern through the agency’s International Internships Project. Students work with other interns under the guidance of a NASA mentor.

  • This program is temporarily on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Students work in a global environment and on multicultural international missions.
  • Projects are available for fall, spring, and summer sessions.
  • International internships are open to citizens of participating countries holding agreements with NASA.
Special Skills & Requirements
  • Applicants must be a United States Citizen
  • Applicants are required to have a minimum 3.0 GPA
Biology • Business Administration • Engineering Science • Computer Science and Information Security •
About the Company
How to Apply

Prospective interns should apply to the positions posted to by this Friday, March 4th

Note the start date of the Summer 2022 Internships (June 6th)

Expiration Date
Friday, March 4th

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