Your degree is not at all a matter of issue. The more interest u show into it, the more u get back. You do not need to be an Aerospace Engineer to get a job with NASA. Here are some tips.
Know someone that works there and have them refer you. Most of the subcontractor companies have bonus referral programs. This means when your friend refers you they get an incentive if you are hired. Generally these run around 1,000.
Check the website for the job listings and apply online. Sometimes people think only Scientist and Engineers work at NASA. The space centers require a large number of skills and functions to keep them up and running.
Check the listings online and apply. Jobs include Project Manager,Document Controls, Quality Manager, Estimator, CAD Designer, Janitor, Tool Crib, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Electrical Engineer, Technician, Administrative Assistant, Cafeteria Worker or General Foreman.
Check the Contractors websites. Check the top 10, Lockheed Martin, California Institute of Technology, Boeing Co., Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., SAIC, Alliant Techsystems Inc., United Technologies Corp., Northrop Grumman Corp., Honeywell Inc., and Computer Sciences Corp.
In addition, if u want to earn some money for ur own expenditure, then its time for u to start working from home. There are lots and lots of home based works.
So If you are looking to find work from home you can start today by clicking the link given below.
This site is actually a marketplace where u can get and post works. I hope this will be more helpful.
Make the best use of it...!!!