Fwd: NASA is hiring H.S. Students for Summer Research
>Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 09:23:14 -0700/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/
>From: Fonda Swimmer <Fonda.Swimmer@...>
>Subject: Fwd: NASA is hiring H.S. Students for Summer Research
>To: gisaac@..., nbeger@..., cferlazz@...,
> "Mansel A. Nelson" <mansel.nelson@...>, vfolgh@...
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>>Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2004 19:48:08 -0700
>>From: Yvonne Yazzie / YazzieNet <yazzie@...>
>>Subject: NASA is hiring H.S. Students for Summer Research
>>To: YazzieNet <yazzie@...>
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>>Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 9:09 AM
>>From: "Chris Sharp" <chris.sharp@...>
>>From: James Strandquist <jstrandquist@...>
>>Dear Concerned Indian Educator,
>>The NASA SHARP program is seeking academically talented rising juniors
>>and seniors for its Summer High School Apprenticeship Research Program
>>for 2004. I am asking your assistance to see that American Indian
>>students get equal access to this outstanding program.
>>NASA SHARP is specifically designed to attract and increase
>>underrepresented students' participation and success rates in mathematics
>>and science courses as well as to encourage career paths that help build
>>a pool of underrepresented science and engineering professionals in the
>>workplace. NASA seeks diversity in all student support programs and all
>>eligible students are encouraged to apply. The NASA SHARP experience
>>provides high school students with an opportunity to develop and
>>strengthen their research techniques as well as their written and oral
>>communication skills, particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering,
>>Mathematics and Geography (STEM+G) fields. Top NASA, university, and
>>research professionals mentor qualified students selected to participate
>>in SHARP. NASA SHARP is comprised of two components; the Commuter and
>>the Residential. Students are paid an hourly stipend for the eight hours
>>a day, eight-week program.
>>To become a participant in NASA SHARP, applicants must meet all of the
>>following requirements by the start of the Program in June:
>>* Be a U.S. citizen or national* who will be at least 16 years old by
>>the time the program starts in June.
>> * A "national of the United States" is a citizen of the United
>> States or a native resident of a possession of the United States. It
>> does NOT refer to a citizen of another country who is a U.S. permanent
>> resident. U.S. permanent residents are not eligible for the program,
>> unless they comply with the Child Citizen Act of 2000, Public Law 106-395.
>>* Demonstrate a strong interest in and aptitude for a career in
>>science, mathematics, technology, engineering, or geography.
>>* Complete at least two mathematics courses and two science courses
>>with an average grade of "B" or better in each course and an overall
>>average of "B" or better in all other coursework.
>>* Speak and write English at a level that does not require significant
>>* Be willing to participate in a formal interview, if chosen as a
>>finalist, as part of the placement process.
>>* Be available on a full-time basis (Monday through Friday, 40 hours
>>per week) for the entire duration of the Program.
>>In addition, those who wish to participate in the Commuter Component of
>>NASA SHARP must permanently reside and attend a school within a
>>fifty-mile radius of a participating NASA Field Installation.
>>Those who wish to participate in the Residential Component must be
>>willing to live on campus at the university selected by MTSI for the
>>entire duration of the Program. Transportation to and from the university
>>is covered by MTSI.
>>Please visit our web site at www.nasasharp.com for more information and a
>>downloadable application. The deadline for applying is Monday February
>>Thank you for your time.
>>James M. Strandquist
>>NASA SHARP Deputy Program Manager
>>c/o Modern Technology Systems, Inc. (MTSI)
>>6801 Kenilworth Ave Ste 200
>>Riverdale, MD 20737-1331
>>301-985-5171 Ext. 114
>>Toll Free 1-888-985-0303 Ext. 114
>Fonda D. Swimmer, Director
>Multicultural Engineering Program
>Northern Arizona University
>College of Engineering & Technology
>Flagstaff, AZ 86011
>phone: (928) 523-2110
>fax: (928) 523-8951 or 2300
Mansel A. Nelson
Program Coordinator Voice 928 523 1275 / 1496
Environmental Education Outreach Program Fax 928 523 1280
Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals mansel.nelson@...
PO Box 5765
Northern Arizona University Hanley Hall
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