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High School Aerospace Scholars

NASA is looking for students to become the engineers, scientists, researchers and innovators of tomorrow. High School Aerospace Scholars offers a one-of-a-kind experience for Texas high school students to jump start their future and explore the possibilities of a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related major or career. Learn more about the program by viewing "High School Aerospace Scholars: A Journey of Discovery." The adventure starts this fall with an online course and culminates – for students who earn the opportunity – with an on-site summer experience at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Interested students can apply here!

Community College Aerospace Scholars

Calling all community college students dreaming of having a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) career!  NCAS gives community college STEM students an authentic NASA experience and encourages them to finish a 2-year degree or transfer to a 4-year university to pursue a NASA-related field or career. Visit the NCAS website to learn more.

Who is eligible to participate? Students must be:
  • A US Citizen.
  • At least 18 years of age and a high school graduate.
  • A registered community college student for either the summer and fall or spring semesters during the application process and project.
  • Have at least a cumulative of 9 hours in a STEM discipline.
  • Able to commit to 12-14 weeks working with NASA.
  • Able to access the internet. 

Educator Professional Development 

NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) Educator Professional Development Institutes (EPDI) targets middle school educators for online interactions and a weeklong grade level specific face-to-face training. All activities align NASA’s current missions and education resources to state and national standards for teaching science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in middle school classrooms. More information is available on the NASA website.
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