Project Code: NASA-USA-2
|Project Title||NASA Aeronautics Research and Analysis Intern|
|Project Summary||Join NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate in transforming the future of aviation! Help NASA analyze and structure information to enhance our research.|
|Agency||National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|Number of Interns||2|
[ ] Do you enjoy researching and learning about engineering, aviation, and aeronautics?
[ ] Are you interested in making contributions to benefit today's air transportation system and the passengers and businesses who rely on aviation every day?
[ ] Are you highly motivated by new challenges and tasks?
[ ] Do you envision working in public service in the future and/or want to learn more?
[ ] Are you interested in gaining research and analysis experience as well as developing skills to aid your future career?
If you’ve ticked the checkboxes above, CONGRATULATIONS, you are at the right place!
Join NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD) to transform the future of aviation. ARMD seeks e-Interns to support our work in knowledge management and information management by designing ways for researchers to streamline their information finding activities. You will review research publications and other materials, develop materials for researchers to use, tag and catalog information, and help us figure out how best to organize and share our data. As feasible, we would also welcome experimental analysis and the application of natural language processing or artificial intelligence methodologies. You may also be invited to join team meetings virtually and to share your work from this project with other NASA colleagues and partners.
Ideal candidates should possess:
• Strong analytical, organizational, and research skills and problem-solving capabilities
• Ability to work independently and interdependently within a team environment
• Attention to detail and commitment to completing activities on schedule
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Join us and become part of something bigger. Apply today!
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NASA aeronautics has made decades of contributions to aviation. ARMD scientists, engineers, programmers, test pilots, facilities managers and strategic planners are focused on aviation's future. They design, develop and test advanced technologies that will make aviation much more environmentally friendly, maintain safety in more crowded skies, and ultimately transform the way we fly.
NASA's aeronautics research is primarily conducted at four NASA centers: Ames Research Center and Armstrong Flight Research Center in California, Glenn Research Center in Ohio, and Langley Research Center in Virginia.