Welcome NASA Mentors!
The NASA Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP) is an immersive 10-15 week hands on internship program for undergraduate students majoring in all areas of science, engineering and mathematics. USRP interns can work on-site all year round during either the Fall, Spring or Summer internship sessions. As a NASA mentor, USRP is your direct source for competitive workforce solutions. The USRP selection process is competitive, but having the right USRP intern on your team can be a productive solution for your project. USRP is continuously accepting project requests. To begin finding your workforce solution contact your Center Education Office.
Who can be a NASA USRP mentor?
Mentors of the Undergraduate Student Research Program are NASA scientist and engineers that are working on-site at a NASA Center or Research Facility. All 12 NASA Centers and Facilities participate in USRP. Participating Centers and Research Facilities are listed below. In order to begin the process of becoming a USRP mentor, NASA mentors need to submit a project online through OSSI SOLAR and contact their designated USRP Center Coordinator. USRP Mentors must develop a project and submit their project request for approval through the OSSI SOLAR software system. All USRP mentors must also work with their designated NASA Center Coordinator to be sure that they understand their Centers unique processes for requesting an undergraduate student intern through USRP. If your are interested in becoming a USRP mentor and are unsure of who to contact at your specific NASA Center please contact a USRP Administrator for assistance. Contact US
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