Published: December 06, 2012
NASA Offers Careers Program For Texas High School Juniors
HOUSTON, Dec. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA is offering high school juniors in Texas an opportunity to explore their interests in space exploration and careers through the High School Aerospace Scholars program.
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Nominated by Texas state legislators, selected participants will complete online activities focusing on present and past space missions, the International Space Station, the moon, Mars, and beyond to be eligible for a summer experience at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
During the summer experience, students will work on a team-oriented Mars exploration project with a Texas teacher, NASA engineer or scientist, and a NASA cooperative education student or intern. From the experience, students may receive a science elective credit toward graduation upon successful completion of the project.
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