The sky's the limit? Actually, at NASA, the sky's just the beginning. Join us. And instead of merely making your mark, have a hand in making history. How many companies have sent their products to Mars or Jupiter or beyond? Or will give you a job description that says "do the impossible"? At NASA, you'll find a mission that matches your ambition. Does that work for you?
Recent Graduate Careers
Apply your skills and knowledge to real, fast-moving programs and research from the time you start.
As part of our Recent Graduates Pathways Program, you'll enter a dynamic one-year program, working to bring our next success to life right away.
Currently we are recruiting recent Engineering graduates from the following concentrations:
- Computer systems
- Other related majors may be considered
The positions available involve safety, reliability, quality assurance, risk management, research, development, design, test, and evaluation of aerospace and aeronautical vehicles and component systems (including stages, propulsion, control and guidance, data management and software, structures, payloads, etc.) or of an aerospace or aeronautical vehicle and the related external systems (e.g., ground support and telemetry). To qualify you must be a recent graduate from a qualifying institution within two years of degree or certification.
Have questions? Email our Pathways contact at one of our 10 centers.
- Ames Research Center, Moffet Field, CA
- Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, CA
- Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH
- Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
- Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX
- Kennedy Space Center, FL
- Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
- Marshall Space Flight Center, AL
- NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC
- Stennis Space Center, MS
How to Apply
Let us help you navigate the Federal application process.
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