LERCIP offers summer internship opportunities for High School and College students in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), business and technical areas, as well as internships for High School Teachers. The internships are offered under the auspices of Lewis' Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Program (LERCIP), a partnership of the NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) Educational Programs Office and the Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI). Selected participants work side by side with a GRC mentor on various projects/programs that support NASA mission and are incorporated in to the day to day activities of the Center to the fullest extent possible.
Students chosen for the program participate in scheduled enrichment activities, GRC Summer Job Fair and Co-op Briefing, and presentations at the Annual LERCIP Student Symposiums as well as opportunities to co-author publications and various papers.
LERCIP is very competitive and each year the number of applicants increase, so only selected candidates are notified by April 15.
See the specific LERCIP application for eligibility requirements.
For more information, contact Carletta McCoy, Program Specialist, at 440.962.3163, email@example.com. To learn more about NASA Glenn Research Center visit http://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/home/index.html.
Lewis' Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Project (LERCIP)
The LERCIP project at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio consists of internships for High School Students, College Students, Secondary School Teachers, and NASA Scholars.
The Ohio Aerospace Internship Program is not available.
The Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) is part of the National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program funded through NASA Headquarters. The OSGC is one of 52 Consortia, one in each state, Washington, D. C., and Puerto Rico.
The Space Grant's primary emphases in Ohio are student scholarships and fellowships on the university level, and public outreach programs. Relationships among NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) and Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL) personnel with university faculty, students, and K-12 teachers are strongly encouraged.
The Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) was selected in 1989 as the host institution, along with 12 member Ohio universities, to form the Ohio Space Grant Consortium. Currently, the OSGC is composed of 18 colleges and universities, 7 community colleges, the GRC, and the AFRL.
Visit the OSGC website at www.osgc.org
Director Gary L. Slater coordinates development and implementation of the OSGC objectives, which are as follows:
For further information, please contact OSGC@oai.org, at 440.962.3032 or 800.828.OSGC (6742).
The Pre-Service Teacher Institute (PSTI) is not available.