• NASA Interview: Lead Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Engineer at Johnson Space Center

    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.

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  • NASA Interview: Materials and Process Engineer at Johnson Space Center

    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.

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  • NASA Interview: Pressure Systems Fracture Technical Discipline Lead at Johnson Space Center

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

    Specifically I’ll share with you an exclusive interview with the Pressure Systems Fracture technical discipline lead 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.

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  • NASA Interview: Principal Scientist at the Ames Research Center

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

    Specifically I’ll share with you an exclusive interview with the Principal Scientist Investigator at the NASA Ames Research Center.

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

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  • NASA Interview: Avionics Failure Analyst at Marshall Space Flight Center

    Today you’re going to learn what it is like to work at NASA as an avionics failure analyst in the materials science field.

    Specifically I’ll share with you an exclusive interview with the avionics failure analyst and materials engineer at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center.

    So if you are wondering where a degree in chemistry and biology can take you, you’ll love this interview.

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