Summer 2018 Paid Internships for Science Teachers at NASA Langley (USA) – Become a GLOBE Certified Teacher (Applications Due 01 March)

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The Science Directorate at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, USA   is seeking in-service and pre-service teachers to come to NASA Langley during summer 2018 and work with the science education team to become GLOBE certified teachers.

As a part of the professional learning experience, teachers will engage in GLOBE protocol data collection and analysis, learn about science connections to NASA, and participate in lectures from a diverse group of GLOBE partners serving various communities and grade bands.

As a result of the experience, teachers will gain a better understanding of how GLOBE can be implemented across a variety of school and community settings. Interns will complete an individual GLOBE protocol focus with oral presentation and summary of work, followed by a culminating activity that involves support of a GLOBE protocol training to further develop their role as a GLOBE teacher.

To be considered for the opportunity, participants need to complete the internship application that is posted through NASA’s Intern program: (Start by creating an account on OSSI by clicking “Register as a Student.” All applicants, including in-service educators, will need to register as a "student." These positions are open to in-service and pre-service teachers.)

  • Opportunity Title: Science Education Intern: Becoming a GLOBE Certified Teacher
  • Opportunity Post (must be signed into OSSI to view):
  • Internship Location: On-site at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, USA
  • Dates: Applications due by 01 March
  • Stipend: Pre-service $6,000 and In-service/Graduate $7,500
  • Summer Internship: 04 June through 10 August 2018 (this is full-time, 40 hours/week; dates are somewhat negotiable)

For technical issues with registering or applying, contact Christine Dillard at:

News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office


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