NASA OSSI Online Career Week

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February 9, 2015 – The NASA One Stop Shopping Initiative (OSSI) Online Career Week will connect you with NASA centers, STEM employers and top graduate programs nationwide. Engage with NASA representatives to learn about internship, scholarship, and fellowship opportunities available at NASA. Interact with recruiters from top STEM employers, and explore internship and job opportunities in industry. Learn about highly ranked STEM graduate programs and network with admissions officers from the comfort of your home, dorm, smartphone or tablet.

Register for one or all events and launch your career today!

NASA Day – February 10, 2015 (1-5PM EST)
STEM Industry Day – February 11, 2015 (1-5PM EST)
STEM Graduate Programs Fair – February 12, 2015 (1-5PM EST)

As an attendee, you have the ability to research potential employers, explore opportunities, and learn about various graduate programs. Choose which NASA centers, employers or academic programs you want to interact with and then engage in one-on-one text-based conversations directly with a recruiter or admissions officer at those organizations. You can share your background, experience, resume and ask questions. Maximize your time in the event by getting in line to chat with representatives from more than one company or university at a time.

The NASA OSSI Online Career Week connects you in real time with NASA, private sector companies and top graduate programs seeking to recruit top talent.

Who Should Attend?

  • Undergraduate and graduate students looking for internship, scholarship, and fellowship opportunities at NASA.

  • Undergraduate and graduate students looking for internships and jobs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at companies across the country.

  • Undergraduates, recent graduates and professionals planning to go to graduate school and seeking to interact with admission officers at top STEM graduate programs.

  • The NASA One Stop Shopping Initiative (OSSI) is an agency-wide approach designed to support NASA and U.S. workforce needs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and allied disciplines.