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  • NASA Internship: How to be a Paid NASA Intern

    Aida Yoguely talks about how to get a paid high school internship at NASA

    Today you’re going to learn exactly how to land a NASA High School Internship in 2019.

    In fact:

    This is the same approach I used to land 2 high school internships, 3 undergraduate internships, 2 graduate internships, and a full-time job at NASA.

    Let’s get started.

  • NASA Shutdown Affects Civil Servants & Contractors

    Today you’re going to understand exactly how the NASA shutdown affects government employees and contractors in 2019.

    Specifically I’ll show you what it means to be exempted, excepted, and furloughed.

    So if you are looking to pursue a long-term career at NASA, you’ll definitely need to read this.

    Let’s dive right in.

  • NASA Interview: Non-Destructive Evaluation

    Aida Yoguely interviewing NDE Engineer at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC)

    Today you’re going to learn what it is like to work at NASA as a mechanical engineer in the NDE field.

    Specifically I’ll share with you an exclusive interview with the lead non-destructive evaluation (NDE) engineer at the NASA Johnson Space Center.

    So if you are wondering where a degree in Mechanical engineering can take you, you’ll love this interview.

    Let’s get started!

  • NASA Interview: Materials Engineer at Johnson

    Aida Yoguely interviewing Materials and Process Engineer at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC)

    Today you’re going to learn what it is like to work at NASA as a mechanical engineer in the materials science field.

    Specifically I’ll share with you an exclusive interview with a materials and process engineer at the NASA Johnson Space Center.

    So if you are wondering where a degree in mechanical engineering can take you, you’ll love this interview.

    Let’s get started!