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Title: NASA/Kennedy Space Center Student Programs


1
NASA/Kennedy Space CenterStudent Programs
  • Presented by Lisa Singleton
  • KSC Recruitment Student Programs

www.nasa.gov
2
One NASA
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Created by Congress in 1958
Glenn Research Center Aeronautic and Spacecraft
Technology Cleveland, OH
Ames Research Center Aerospace and Small
Spacecraft Moffett Field, CA
Goddard Space Flight Center Science Missions
Telescopes Greenbelt, MD
Dryden Flight Research Center Atmospheric
Research Testing Edwards, CA
NASA Headquarters Washington, D.C.
Langley Research Center Aviation Space
Research Hampton, VA
Jet Propulsion LaboratoryDeep Space
RoboticRovers Networks Pasadena, CA
Johnson Space Center Human Space Flight
Operations Houston, TX
Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Launch and
Landing Titusville, FL
Marshall Space Flight Center Space
Transportation Propulsion Systems Huntsville,
AL
Stennis Space Center Shuttle Engine
Testing Stennis Space Center, MS
Michoud Assembly Facility New Orleans, LA
www.nasa.gov
3
Pathways Program Participation Effective July
10th, 2012
Interns (Formerly called SCEP/STEP or
Co-Ops) Students currently enrolled in high
school, vocational/trade school, and college or
university.
Recent Graduates (Formerly called FCIPs)
Veterans within six years of receiving their
degree and non-veterans within two years of
receiving their degree
PMFs Individuals who are completing, or have
completed within the past two years, a qualifying
advanced degree
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4
Internship Employment Program (IEP)
  • Interns w/NTE (previously KIP)
  • Degree may or may not be related to field of work
  • Students generally on 90 day appointments
  • Short term exchange to gain work experience
  • Not eligible for conversion into full-time
    employment after graduation
  • NTE Not to exceed or expiration date of
    appointment
  • Interns (previously co-ops)
  • Degree must be related to field of work
  • Students conduct rotations between work and
    school through graduation
  • Business students may work year round
  • Enhances their experience at school as well as at
    work
  • Integration into full-time work environment
  • Eligible for conversion into full-time employment
    after graduation

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5
IEP Requirements
  • Requirements for both Internships (interns and
    interns w/NTE)
  • Must be a United States Citizen
  • Attend an accredited college or university on at
    least a half time basis (Go to http//www.abet.org
    / for list of colleges universities)
  • Pursuing a science, engineering, math or business
    field of study
  • Be in good academic standing (Cumulative GPA 2.9
    or higher)
  • Able to meet security and medical requirements
  • Successfully completed at least 30 semester hours
    for undergraduate opportunities
  • Additional requirements for Interns (not interns
    w/NTE)
  • Ability to work alternating semesters while an
    intern
  • Enrolled in the Universitys Co-op Program (if
    Co-op Office does not exist, enrolled with Career
    Services)

www.nasa.gov
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IEP Benefits
  • Salaries/Pay (for 2012)
  • Undergraduate students GS-4 thru GS-6 (13.41
    16.73)
  • Graduate students GS-7 thru GS-9 (18.59 -
    22.74)
  • PhD Students GS-9 thru GS-11 (22.74 27.51)
  • Travel reimbursement - to and from school each
    working tour
  • Eligible for conversion into full time employment
    after complete program requirements
  • Promotion eligibility while in the program
  • Awards
  • Health Insurance (can be carried over when
    student is back at school)
  • Life Insurance
  • Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS)
  • Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) similar to 401K in
    private sector
  • Annual Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Military Leave
  • Federal Holidays

www.nasa.gov
7
IEP Applications
  • http//pathways.ksc.nasa.gov/
  • Applications for KSC will be open thru October 21
    for intern positions starting in January
  • Applications for recent graduates will be open
    soon
  • Go to the Eligibility
  • Apply tab on our
  • website
  • Follow the step by
  • step instructions

www.nasa.gov
8
USAJOBS
  • After you have your account created, and resume
    uploaded
  • Create a job search
  • https//www.usajobs.gov/

www.nasa.gov
9
Recent Graduate Program
  • Must apply for the program within two years of
    receiving your degree
  • Veterans within six years of receiving their
    degree
  • NASA plans to bring on about 100 Recent Graduates
    between January and October of 2013
  • KSC has not identified these positions but they
    will be posted on usajobs and on our KSC website
    http//pathways.ksc.nasa.gov

10
Presidential Management Fellows Program
  • Advanced degrees only from qualifying educational
    institutions
  • For recent graduates (up to two years), or
    expected to graduate by Aug 31
  • In this program you spend one year working with
    the Office of Personnel Management and one year
    with NASA
  • KSC has not identified these positions at this
    time but they will be posted on usajobs and on
    our KSC website (a redirect from
    http//coop.ksc.nasa.gov)
  • Learn more and apply through https//www.usajobs.g
    ov/studentsandgrads
  • Application site open Nov 5-19th, 2012

www.nasa.gov
11
Internships at NASA
  • Real world experience
  • Mentors
  • Be a part of the future
  • Educate the next generation
  • Have fun

http//www.youtube.com/watch?vW4_etAvJ6GU
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12
Veterans Preference
  • On November 9, 2009, the Veterans Employment
    Initiative was created. The Initiative is a
    strategic approach to helping the men and women
    who have served our country in the military find
    employment in the Federal Government.
  • For assistance and information prior to applying
    for a KSC Pathways Program positions Student
    veterans and University veterans representatives
    should contact Wes Reynolds directly at
    Harold.W.Reynolds_at_nasa.gov.
  • http//pathways.ksc.nasa.gov/vetHire.htm

www.nasa.gov
13
Students with Disabilities
  • Schedule A
  • Schedule A is a hiring authority for Federal
    agencies to use to tap into a diverse and vibrant
    talent pool without going through the often
    lengthy traditional hiring process. Schedule A
    allows individuals to apply for a Federal
    appointment through a noncompetitive hiring
    process. This means that if you meet the
    eligibility status of the appointment and the
    minimum qualifications for a position, you may be
    hired for the position without competing with the
    general public.
  • For assistance and information prior to applying
    for a KSC Pathways ProgramStudents with
    disabilities and University disability office
    representatives should contact Trish Highsmith
    directly at Patricia.A.Highsmith_at_nasa.gov.
  • http//pathways.ksc.nasa.gov/studentDis.htm

www.nasa.gov
14
Websites to remember
  • http//pathways.ksc.nasa.gov
  • https//www.usajobs.gov
  • Email
  • ksc-pathways_at_mail.nasa.gov

www.nasa.gov
15
Questions? Thank you for your time
http//www.youtube.com/watch?vKi_Af_o9Q9s
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