What does it take to Intern with NASA?
I'm interested in a co-op or internship with Nasa and wondering what it takes. I'm a Junior Mechanical Engineer in the core of my engineering classes with a 3.65 but I have no engineering experience outside of school. Does Nasa hire a lot of co-op students? Would it be easier to co-op with a company like GE Aviation or Boeing? (I'm very interested in aero)
Asked By: John - 9/7/2011
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Yes you can get a job as a co-op or as an intern through the Undergraduate Research Student Program. Although, you will have a much harder time getting selected through as a co-op due to the very limited number of co-op students that are being brought on right now because of limitations in hiring.
Answered By: Scott H - 9/7/2011
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I'll say to you what my dad said to me when I was 9, son your not smart enough they only take straight A students stick to the normal jobs you'll have a chance.... So GE aviation sounds good
Answered By: That guy - 9/7/2011
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