NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is currently accepting applications for the Spring 2018 Student Independent Research Internship (SIRI) Program!
To be eligible for SIRI, you must meet the following requirements:
- STEM major currently enrolled in coursework at SCC - with SCC as your Home Campus
- Have a minimum 3.00+ cumulative GPA
- Age of 18+
- US citizen or Permanent Resident
- Able to earn independent study or course credit for the SIRI experience at SCC
- Able to intern for 10-15 hours per week on the JPL premises (no off-lab/online activities)
- Commit for 15 week internship period
- Must be willing to participate in bi-weekly intern workshops at JPL, and prepare progress plans, reports, and final presentation
Please note the following:
- SIRI is an unpaid internship experience, and students will not receive compensation for travel to and from JPL.
- Please note that student interns and postdocs will no longer receive JPL parking
permits, and JPL will only issue carpool parking permits to students/postdocs. Those
who have valid disabled parking permits will be accommodated. Students may contact
the SIRI Coordinator resources to inquire about carpool, vanpool, public
transportation or other alternatives.
- Students must remain enrolled in their independent study credit hours for the duration of the internship.
- Students may only participate in SIRI for one quarter or semester.
- SIRI Internships run for 15 weeks.
- Offer letters will be emailed to accepted students beginning December 11, 2018.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING
- To be considered for a SIRI internship, first download the list of “Spring 2018
Announcements of Opportunity” from the SIRI website. Please read these
announcements very carefully to determine which projects are best aligned with your
research interests, skills, and academic background. Students are permitted to apply for
a maximum of TWO (2) opportunities. Please note: The preferred major(s) for each AO
can be found at the bottom of the records, beginning with “primary discipline.”
- Once you have determined the opportunities for which you will apply, please complete
a resume that follows the resume template on the SIRI website. You are welcome to
include additional information beyond what is listed on the template, but please limit
your resume to no more than two pages.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE PREPARE A SEPARATE RESUME AND ELECTRONIC COPY OF YOUR
UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT FOR EACH OPPORTUNITY, AND SAVE EACH
RESUME/TRANSCRIPT USING A FILENAME THAT CONTAINS YOUR FIRST AND LAST
NAME AND THE AO NUMBER (i.e. “First_Last_AO1234”). The AO number can be
found at the very top of each announcement of opportunity.
- All resumes must be sent to Dr. Phil Crabill at SCC via email by clicking here no later than Monday, November 27th, 2017 at 5:00pm. Do not
send your resumes directly to JPL. Should you be nominated for one or more internships, your materials will be forwarded to JPL. Students are
selected for internships by JPL scientists and engineers. Please note that this is a
competitive process, and meeting the eligibility requirements for SIRI does not
guarantee an internship offer. Available projects are subject to change without notice.
If you have questions or concerns about the SIRI program, please feel free to contact Roslyn Soto via email or telephone for more information. I hope you will consider applying for a SIRI internship with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory!
818-354-1214 – office