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.
Rover Chat for Students
JPL's Education Office is hosting a series of video chats with scientists and engineers. Watch our January 2011 program about the Mars Science Laboratory, scheduled to launch in late 2011.
Watch archived program
A 'Tail' to Tell
Two high school students have a cosmic story to share about what they did during their summer internship at JPL.
Space School Musical
Looking for fun ways to teach space? NASA's Space School Musical video series will have students humming a cosmic tune as they play parts for the moon, planets and more.
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Greetings From Space
Astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson sends a greeting from the International Space Station and invites students to join in NASA's Summer of Innovation.
Students get answers to questions about how planets form, how gravity works and what keeps the sun shining.
Watch school teams test the prowess of their student-built, software-enabled Lego robots during the annual Southern California NASA Explorer Schools Robotics Competition.
NASA/JPL mechanical engineer and mentor Kobie Boykins explains what he looks for in intern candidates.
Robotics for Kids
NASA/JPL education specialist Ota Lutz offers tips to parents and students interested in becoming more involved in robotic actiivities and programs.
Students used Lego robots to compete on a Mars-like obstacle course during an annual robotics competition at JPL.
Internships at JPL helped one woman build her career as a software engineer working on robotics.