BLOG: What Inspires You?
In honor of the first giant leap and those to come, today's aspiring scientists and engineers -- JPL interns -- share the moments that inspire them.
Meet JPL Interns: Going the Distance
Once longing to escape the drug cartels that had taken hold of her native Mexico, rising star Isis Frausto-Vicencio is now living her dream as a JPL intern and encouraging others to do the same.
Meet JPL Interns: Flying High
JPL intern Brooke Goree goes to new heights testing the dynamics of high-altitude parachutes for NASA's Orion spacecraft, deisgned to take astronauts to exciting new destinations.
How Pi Makes NASA/JPL Go 'Round
Celebrate Pi Day every day with a JPL Education infographic that highlights just some of the ways scientists and engineers use Pi and lets you take on a Pi challenge of your own.
Blog: Earth to Intern
He's already been a classical violinist and a professional snowboarder. Now mechanical/aerospace engineering student and Montana-native Andrew Crawford is learning what it's like to intern at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Summer Students Make an Impact
Approximately 450 students came to JPL over the summer to participate in the more than 20 summer student research programs offered through JPL's Education Office.
Women Inspire Project
High school students interview three inspirational women at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in honor of Women’s History Month 2012.
Meet JPL Interns: My Summer at JPL
As a high school student, Deepak Atyam spent two summers as an INSPIRE intern at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He shares some of his favorite memories in this photo essay.
JPL Summer of Innovation
In summer 2011, more than 5,000 students and 600 educators took part in the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Summer of Innovation program.
JPL's LEGO Robotics Competition
Student teams from nine local elementary, middle and high schools put their software-enabled, battery-powered LEGO robots against the clock in the 5th Annual Southern California Robotics Competition at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, Calif., on March 15, 2011.
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Undergrads Are Ringside for Comet Flyby
Six college interns at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory were front and center as first-ever, close-up views of comet Hartley 2 popped up on large monitors in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's mission control.
JPL-Mentored Robotics Team Meets The President
Three members of the all-girl Rock N' Roll Robots team that won the most prestigious award at the 2010 FIRST Robotics Championships traveled to the White House Science Fair to meet President Obama and demonstrate two robots that are their pride and joy.
Meet JPL Interns: Going Places: Ann Bui
Environmental Biology major and five-time JPL intern Ann Bui has won an environmental fellowship at her college that will combine her rainfall research at JPL with her interest in vulnerable ecosystems.
A 'Tail' to Tell
Two high school students have a cosmic story to share about what they did during their summer internship at JPL.
Visiting JPL for the First Time
Zoe Bentley, a young planetary science and NASA enthusiast, visits the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. and shares her experiences as a first-time visitor.