About the Agency
The NASA Pathways Intern Program provides students with the opportunity to explore NASA careers and gain meaningful developmental work experience.
The Goddard Space Flight Center Pathways Intern Program uses a cooperative education model, which is a work/study program in which you can gain valuable work experience that relates to your chosen field of study while completing your degree requirements.
In our program, you will be offered one of two types of school/work schedules, depending on the need of the hiring organization. The traditional cooperative education model consists of alternating between terms at school and a paid, full-time Pathways intern position. The non-traditional model combines work and school on a year round basis.
DUE TO AN UNEXPECTED SYSTEM OUTAGE, THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS EXTENDED BY ONE DAY. This vacancy has been amended to extend the closing date from 4/10/2017 to 4/11/2017.
Please be sure to review your resume on the ‘Review tab’ by clicking on the ‘Your Resume.’ Ensure that the correct copy of the resume you have selected has been transferred from your USAJOBS account. If you fail to validate the information in your resume, you may not be appropriately evaluated for this position. Also, please be sure to review and complete the Supplemental Information questions.
To receive consideration, you must submit a resume and answer NASA-specific questions. The NASA questions appear after you submit your resume and are transferred to the NASA web site. If you successfully apply, USAJOBS will show your application status as 'resume received - complete.' If your status is 'Application Started,' you have not successfully applied. Do not rely on a USAJOBS email to confirm successful application only an email from NASA confirms a successful application.
This position is part of the NASA Pathways Intern Program which is a formal training program.
As a Pathways Engineering Intern, you will work under the guidance of, and assist engineering professionals and/or nontechnical personnel in progressively responsible duties which are related to your academic studies. You will perform well-defined tasks of a developmental nature in engineering disciplines such as (but not limited to) Aerospace Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.
We are seeking students who have a core foundation of critical thinking, are self-motivated, and who work well with teams. You will support experienced engineers and will engage in trainee experiences based on your current educational level.
Selections may be made for any of the various organizations listed below.
Quality And Reliability Division (Code 370); Mechanical Systems Division (Code 540); Instrument Systems & Technology Division (Code 550); Electrical Engineering Division (Code 560); Software Engineering Division (Code 580); Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division (Code 590); and Mission Networks Division (Code 770).
If additional opportunities arise, assignments may be made to other organizations.
As similar vacancies are identified, additional selections may be made.
For information on the Goddard Space Flight Center, the Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate and the Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate, please visit http://www.nasa.gov/centers/goddard, http://sma.gsfc.nasa.gov/ and http://aetd.gsfc.nasa.gov/