Graduate Student Grant Participation Opportunity with the Social Security Administration (SSA)

SSA is excited again to offer graduate students the opportunity to participate in one of our small grant programs in the Fall of 2015!   Selected participants for our Disability Determination Process Small Grant Program receive a $10,000 stipend for a one year project to research enhancements to SSA’s Disability Determination processes.  Please refer to the SSA website link below or the attached flyer for further details on the grant opportunity.

Grant opportunities are available to all graduate students pursuing full-time studies in accredited programs as of Fall semester of 2015.  Please note that the application deadline is March 2, 2015.  Information about this Disability Determination Process Small Grant Program participation opportunity:

http://mwww.ba.ssa.gov/disabilityresearch/research.htm#DDP   – After opening this link, please select the link on the words, “PRI website” for the Program Description and How to Apply information.

You may contact Thomas Rush (Tom.Rush@ssa.gov), Laura King (Laura.King@ssa.gov), if you have any questions.  Thank you for your assistance.

 

Senior Job Opportunity with the U.S. Department of the Interior – Closes October 31, 2014

Job Title:Chief Learning Officer/Director of the Office of Strategic Employee and Organizational Development

Department:Department Of The Interior

Agency:Office of the Secretary of the Interior

Job Announcement Number:OS-SES-GPH-14-MM1233876

JOB SUMMARY:

The maximum pay for individuals who have not previously held an SES position is $167,000 (EX-III).  Current SES members who earn more than $167,000 (EX-III) are eligible to be compensated up to $181,500 (EX-II).

The Department of the Interior has a multifaceted mission that combines natural resource protection, recreation, natural resource use, services to communities and individuals, and biological and earth sciences.   We are seeking individuals who share a passion for our country’s most valuable resources and a commitment to obtaining, training, and retaining a highly skilled and diverse workforce needed to accomplish our exciting and challenging mission.

DUTIES:

The duties include, but are not limited to:

The Chief Learning Officer/Director of the Office of Strategic Employee and Organizational Development addresses the training and employee development needs for DOI employees nationwide by providing executive oversight and leadership in the development of integrated learning programs that ensure all DOI employees have the knowledge and skills to accomplish Department mission objectives and strategic goals.   The incumbent collaborates with leadership from across the Department, as well as the Deputy Assistant Secretary – Human Capital and Diversity, the Director, Office of Human Resources, and the Chief Diversity Officer/Director, Office of Civil Rights to identify short and long term needs, as well as significant skill and competency gaps, and to develop and implement Department-wide training and leadership programs.   The incumbent serves as a key advisor to the Departmental and bureau leadership and training officials  regarding learning and leadership programs, strategies and policies

Learn more at: at http://www.usajobs.gov

APPLICANT SEARCH: Head, NSF Office of International Science and Engineering

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently launched a national search for the National Science Foundation’s Head of the Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE). OISE oversees NSF’s international research and education portfolio, and works closely with our disciplinary research directorates to develop an agency-wide strategy to cultivate international collaboration.

The Office Head is a member of the NSF senior management team, and communicates and interacts with all of the staff, programs, and activities of the Foundation. The incumbent advises the Director, Deputy Director, and other senior managers on issues related to international scientific collaboration. The Office Head leads a diverse group of over 30 program managers, analysts, and support staff at NSF headquarters, as well as nine staff at three overseas offices in Paris, Tokyo, and Beijing.

NSF seeks your help in disseminating this opportunity and encouraging qualified people to apply for this crucial post. Ideal candidates must demonstrate outstanding leadership; a deep appreciation for the role that international collaboration can play in U.S. science, technology, engineering, and mathematics research and education; a grasp of the issues and challenges involved in communicating that role to stakeholders; and the ability to serve effectively as a key member of the NSF management team. NSF is especially interested in identifying women, members of minority groups, and persons with disabilities for this vital post. Individuals from any sector – academic, industry, or government – are welcome to apply.

Please see https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/384110200 for a full position description, and instructions on submitting an application. Applications must be submitted by December 1, 2014.

RISING JUNIORS – Undergraduate Scholarship Opportunity

The NOAA Educational Partnership Program with Minority Serving Institutions Undergraduate Scholarship Program is accepting applications.  Program encourages advisers, mentors, and potential applicants to take advantage of the NOAA resources made available in this message.  Competitive applications: (i) address the NOAA mission; (ii) have resume and personal statements that are crafted to be relevant to the NOAA mission, and (iii) have recommendations that are well developed and made relevant to the NOAA mission.

What:  Provides scholarships for two years of undergraduate study.

Who:  Rising junior undergraduate students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields that directly support NOAA’s mission.

The Program:

  • Students receive total awards valued at up to $35,000 in total support during their junior and senior years.
  • Students complete a nine week paid summer internship at NOAA in Silver Spring, MD, between May and July of the first summer. During the second summer, students complete paid internships at NOAA facilities across the country. During the summer internships, students are paid a stipend and receive a housing allowance.
  • Student scholarship recipients attend a two-week orientation at NOAA in Silver Spring, MD, and begin their first summer internship in early June.
  • At the end of both summer internships, students present the results of their projects at an education and science symposium in Silver Spring, MD (travel expenses paid).

Undergraduate Scholarship Application Link:  https://oedwebapps.iso.noaa.gov/uspa/

Learn more about NOAA,

http://www.noaa.gov/images/onenoaa_cap_lan.mov

NOAA Goals,   http://www.ppi.noaa.gov/goals/

 

A Student Opportunity – Veterinary – Closes on Friday, October 17, 2014

US. Department of The Interior

JOB SUMMARY:

You too can make a difference in our world.  The work of the US Fish and Wildlife Service is meaningful and varied.  Want to know more about what it is like to work for us?  Click here to watch short podcasts entitled Meet Your New Boss! and Diversity is our Strength

Pathways Intern Program Information:

http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/hiring-authorities/students-recent-graduates/#url=intern

This position is located in the Wildlife Health Office, Natural Resources Program Center (Center) with the Fish and Wildlife Service in Fort Collins, CO.  The Center collects and synthesizes information that supports management at multiple geographic scales and informs decisions at all organizational levels.  The Center also informs adaptation strategies to climate change and other environmental stressors and assists local manages and staffs on National Wildlife Refuges by providing sound, scientific protocols and data to inform management decisions.  The Veterinary Intern will monitor and address wildlife health issues that could have impact on agricultural resources and public health.

DUTIES:

Reviews scientific proposals and reports to evaluate hypotheses, research design, appropriateness of methods, probability of success, and overall importance to wildlife disease management or science

Develops the annual budget and work plan, as well as facilitating issue identification, prioritization, and effective response

Draft Service-wide plans to respond to new wildlife disease trends and the impacts they may have on livestock and human health

Establishes and maintains liaison with research and management biologists from natural resource agencies, conservation organizations, and universities who have expertise specific to wildlife diseases

Prepares reports and articles for publication in scientific literature and for presentation at professional meetings

Assists the WHO staff in providing veterinary field support for outbreak investigation, monitoring, biological sample collection and processing, surgical procedures, chemical restraint and handling of small and large animals.

Conducts biological field investigations involving wildlife populations, including population health, arthropod vector, and harvest surveys, targeted disease surveillance, and ecological epidemiology.

Assists the WHO staff in working with Regional Refuge and field Biologists to provide training in wildlife health monitoring and surveillance procedures, chemical and physical restraint and handling, and Disease Contingency Plans.

Assists the WHO Staff and the Center Director to provide technical expertise and advice on wildlife population and management issues, specifically regarding monitoring, early detection of, and response to wildlife diseases.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

You must meet ALL qualification requirements outlined within this vacancy by 11:59pm (EST) on the closing date of the announcement.

Pathways Program Requirement:

Applicants meet the following eligibility requirement, and provide documentation such as a copy of your official transcript and/or veteran’s documentation by the closing date of the announcement to be considered:

  • Current students in an accredited college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges); professional, technical, vocational, and trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate.

Qualifications:

To qualify for the GS-11 grade level, you must have one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower GS-09 grade level in the Federal Service. You must have direct and/or related experience in all of the examples listed below to meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Examples of this experience: veterinary work or school projects documenting veterinary wildlife issues.

HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:

Your application will be evaluated and rated under the Category Rating and Selection Procedures. We will review your resume and supporting documentation and compare this information to the responses you submitted on the assessment section of this vacancy. Your total documented experience will also be reviewed to determine the category in which you will be placed. Eligible candidates will then be placed for selection consideration into three categories: Best Qualified, Well Qualified, and Qualified.

Veterans’ preference rules for category rating will be applied. Your rating will be based on both your responses to the Job Specific Questionnaire and the information stated in your resume. The Job Specific questions relate to the following knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the work of this position:

Professional knowledge of wildlife management concepts, principles, practices, and field techniques to manage complex wildlife management issues that involve wildlife health.

Ability to synthesize existing information, apply new scientific findings, developments, and advances to develop recommendations that address long-term wildlife health and management needs that are national and international in scope.

Skill in working effectively with individuals, other agencies, and a wide variety of interest groups for the purpose of coordinating wildlife health efforts and resolving conflicts.

Ability to design and safely conduct under guidance a variety of disease monitoring surveys and other quantitative field investigations, including planning complex logistics in remote areas. Once the application process is complete, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the job requirements. To determine if you are qualified for this job, a review of your resume and supporting documentation will be made and compared against your responses to the occupational questionnaire. The rating you receive is based on your responses to the questionnaire. The category determination is a measure of the degree to which your background matches the knowledge, skills and abilities required of this position. If, after reviewing your resume and or supporting documentation, a determination is made that you have inflated your qualifications and or experience your rating can and will be adjusted to more accurately reflect your abilities. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating.

BENEFITS:

The Federal government offers a number of exceptional benefits to its employees. The following Web addresses are provided for your reference to explore the major benefits offered to most Federal employees. This link provides an overview of the benefits currently offered to Federal employees. http://www.opm.gov/healthcare-insurance/

OTHER INFORMATION:

If you are a veteran with preference eligibility and you are claiming 5-point veterans’ preference, you must provide a copy of your DD-214 (member copy 4) or other proof of eligibility. If you are claiming 10-point veterans’ preference, you must attach a completed SF-15, “Application for 10-Point Veterans’ Preference” plus the proof required on the SF-15. LACK OF SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION WILL RESULT IN THE AGENCY’S INABILITY TO RECOGNIZE VETERAN STATUS FOR THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.

One or more positions may be filled through this vacancy announcement.

PLEDGE TO APPLICANTS

The Office of Personnel Management and the Partnership for Public Service recognize that a Government’s most important asset is its people.  To attract talented people to the service of the Nation, we believe the application process should enable rather than deter job seekers.  To that end, we will work to ensure a process that reflects these principles.    1) A user-friendly application process that is not unduly burdensome or time consuming.   2) Clear, understandable job announcements and instructions for applying.    3) Timely and informed responses to questions about the requirements and the process.    4) Prompt acknowledgement that their application has been received.    5) Regular updates on the status of their applications as significant decisions are reached.   6) A timely decision-making process.

After Program Completion:

Interns may be converted to a permanent position (or, in some limited circumstances, to a term position lasting 1-4 years) within 120 days of successful completion of the program.

To be eligible for conversion, Interns MUST:

  • Complete at least 640 hours of work experience acquired through the Internship Program
  • Complete their degree or certificate requirements
  • Meet the qualification standards for the position to which the Intern will be converted
  • Meet agency-specific requirements as specified in the Participant’s Agreement, and
  • Perform their job successfully.
  • Agencies may waive up to 320 of the required 640 hours of work for Interns who demonstrate high potential as evidenced by outstanding academic achievement and exceptional job performance.
  • In addition, students working in agencies through third-party intern providers may count up to 320 of the hours they work toward the 640 hour requirement.
  • Time spent under previous Internship Program appointments may count towards required work experience hours.

HOW TO APPLY:

To apply for this position, you must provide a complete Application Package which includes:

  1. Your Resume
  2. A complete Assessment Questionnaire
  3. Other supporting documents
  4. Photo copies of Official Transcript(s) (Unofficial copies will be accepted)
  5. Veterans Preference Documentation (if applicable)

The complete Application Package must be submitted by 11:59 PM (EST) on Friday, October 17, 2014.

To begin the process, click the Apply Online button to create an account or log in to your existing USAJOBS account. Follow the prompts to complete the assessment questionnaire. Please ensure you click the Submit My Answers button at the end of the process.

If you are unable to upload your supporting documents, you may fax a completed cover page http://staffing.opm.gov/pdf/usascover.pdf  along with your documents using the following Vacancy ID R9-15-1233979-JH.

Fax your documents to 1-478-757-3144 If you cannot apply online: Click the following link to view and print the assessment questionnaire View Occupational Questionnaire, and Print this 1203FX form to provide your response to the assessment questionnairehttp://www.opm.gov./forms/pdf_fill/OPM1203fx.pdf and

  • Fax the completed 1203FX form along with any supporting documents to 1-478-757-3144. Your 1203FX will serve as a cover page for your fax transmission.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

For this job announcement the following documents are required:

Resume

Assessment Questionnaire

Photo copies of Official Transcript(s)

NOTE: Unofficial Transcripts will be accepted. Official transcripts from an accredited educational institution is required if you are selected for this position.

You can receive credit for education earned outside of the United States if you provide evidence that is comparable to an accredited educational institution in the United States. It is your responsibility to provide such evidence when applying.

Veterans Preference documentation (if applicable)

Submitting Documents Include the 6-character Vacancy Identification Number R9-15-1233979-JH

Provide your Social Security Number and full name in the spaces provided or we will not be able to associate your document(s) with the rest of your application. You may submit multiple documents for the same vacancy announcement using one cover page. Fax your cover page and documents to 1-478-757-3144.

Your resume must contain the basic information outlined in the usajobs website: https://help.usajobs.gov/index.php/How_to_create_your_resume.

At a minimum your resume must contain job title (include job series and grade if Federal) duties, starting and ending date (month and year), hours per week worked and salary. If you do not provide the minimum information requested above, this will prevent you from qualifying for this position.

Faxed documents submitted with missing information will not be processed. The following will prevent your documents from being processed: Not using the special cover page mentioned above; Missing, incomplete, or invalid Vacancy Identification Number; Missing or incomplete Social Security Number or name.

AGENCY CONTACT INFO:

Joeanna Headen Phone: (703)358-1743 Email: JOEANNA_HEADEN@FWS.GOV Agency Information: US Fish and Wildlife Service Virginia Division of Human Capital 5275 Leesburg Pike MS-BPHC Falls Church, VA 22041

WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT:

Once the online questionnaire is received you will receive an acknowledgement email that your submission was successful. After a review of your complete application is made you will be notified of your rating and or referral to the hiring official. If further evaluation or interviews are required you will be contacted.

Department of Education Awards $75 Million in “First in the World” Grants to 24 Colleges and Universities

Department Awards $75 Million in “First in the World” Grants to 24 Colleges and Universities

Grants will support innovative strategies at colleges and universities that make higher education more accessible and help guide students toward completion

To drive innovations in higher education that increase college completion, value and affordability, the Education Department today awarded $75 million to 24 colleges and universities under the new “First in the World” (FITW) grant program.

Through FITW, the Obama Administration will support postsecondary institutions’ efforts to develop and evaluate new approaches that can expand college access and improve student learning while reducing costs.  In May, the Department announced this year’s grant competition   as part of President Obama’s ambitious agenda to increase postsecondary access and completion.

“The First in the World grant competition is a key part of President Obama’s agenda to foster innovative ideas that help keep college affordable, increase quality and improve educational outcomes for our students,” said U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. “The Department is proud to support the wide range of innovation at colleges and universities across the nation that can dramatically enhance student outcomes.”

Nearly 500 applications were submitted for this FITW grant competition.  The 24 colleges and universities selected for this initial year of awards represent 17 states, 19 public, private, and nonprofit 4-year institutions and five public and private two-year institutions.  Six of the 24 winning applications—including an HBCU—are from minority serving institutions (MSIs), which will receive about $20 million in funding.  Many of the grantees have additional organizational partners, such as other postsecondary institutions, non-profits, and businesses.

All projects will address at least one of these priorities: increasing college access and completion, increasing community college transfer rates, increasing STEM enrollment and completion, and reducing time to completion.   They include an array of innovations, such as: developing new project-based majors that allow for self-pacing and acceleration; developing an online experience for adult students that incorporates virtual learning communities and wraparound coaching; expanding access to digital content for students with disabilities, and implementing a game-based tool that gives high school students an understanding of the college search and financing process for use in mentoring programs.  As part of the evidence-based program, grantees are required to have a strong evaluation plan to measure the effectiveness of their innovations in helping students succeed. All grants are for a four-year duration.

Examples of funded projects are:

  • Hampton University in Virginia, an HBCU, will use its $3.5 million grant to redesign many of its courses to entail more project-based learning and technology tools, benefitting more than 1000 students over its 4-year duration.
  • Purdue University in Indiana, a public 4-year institution in Indiana, will work with its partners in the University Innovation Alliance to use its $2.3 million grant to support  STEM undergraduates, particularly women and underrepresented groups, by redesigning large-lecture courses to more fully engage students through active learning interventions.  Nearly 10,000 students will benefit over the course of the 4-year grant.
  • LaGuardia Community College in New York will use its $2.9 million grant to strengthen its curriculum by developing an integrated set of tools to increase student engagement and success, including the use of ePortfolios, learning analytics, and outcomes assessments. The changes will support thousands of high-risk students as they move from LaGuaradia’s non-credit program to academic enrollment as well as enrolled students moving toward graduation.

As the projects are further developed, the Department will convene for information sharing and the exchange of best practices to broaden the impact of their innovations on a wider student population.

For the Education FY2015 budget, Secretary Duncan has requested $100 million to expand support for the First in the World fund.  The request also asks for $75 million for College Success Grants for Minority-Serving Institutions, which would make competitive awards to minority-serving institutions designated under Title III and Title V of the Higher Education Act.

2014 First In The World Grantees (FITW)

Alabama

Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville—– $3,175,302

Alicia Simmons, asimmons@jsu.edu,  (256) 782-8145

Arizona

Arizona State University, Tempe —–$3,999,955

Jeanne Wilcox, mjwilcox@asu.edu, (480) 965-0158

California

University of Southern California, Los Angeles —–$3,203,257

William Tierney, wgtiern@usc.edu (213) 740-7218

Georgia

Georgia Tech, Atlanta —–$3,800,000

Christopher Lee, christopher.lee@amac.gatech.edu, (404) 894-8000

Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw —–$3,209,405

Jennifer Wade-Berg, jwade@kennesaw.edu, (707) 423-6630

Central Georgia Technical College, Warner Robins —–$3,215,009

Nimisha Raval, nraval@centralgatech.edu, (478) 757-2588

Indiana

Indiana State University, Terre Haute —–$1,627,322

Joshua Powers, joshua.powers@indstate.edu, ((812) 237-8378

Purdue University, West Lafayette —–$2,373,003

Chantal Levesque-Bristol, cbristol@purdue.edu, (765) 496-6424

Kentucky

Gateway Technical and Community College, Florence —–$3,327,881

Amber Decker, amber.decker@kctcs.edu, (859) 442-1147

Massachusetts

Bay Path University, Longmeadow —–$3,548,322

David Demers, ddemers@baypath.edu, (413) 565-1315

Northeastern University, Boston—–$3,920,926

Kevin Bell, k.bell@new.edu, (617) 373-6603

Michigan

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo —–$3,217,511

Andrea Beach, Andrea.beach@wmich.edu, (269) 387-1725

Minnesota

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis—–$2,828,912

Geoffrey Maruyama, Geoff@umn.edu, (612) 625-5861

Mississippi

Delta State University, Cleveland —–$1,660,957

Christy Riddle, criddle@deltastate.edu, (662)846-4336

North Carolina

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill—–$3,030,323

Abigail Panter, panter@unc.edu, (919) 962,4012

New Hampshire

Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester —–$3,953,360

Cathrael Kazin, c.kasin@snhu.edu, (603) 314-1420

New York

Research Foundation for SUNY/Oswego, Albany—–$2,885,126

Lorrie Clemo, lorrie.clemo@oswego.edu; (315) 312-2290

LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City —–$2,908,031

Bret Eynon, beyond@lagcc.cuny.edu, (718) 482-5405

The College of New Rochelle—–$3,998,781

Ana Fontoura, afontouro@cnr.edu, (914) 654-5456

Pennsylvania

Bryn Mawr College—–$1,653,186

Elizabeth McCormack, emccorma@brynmawr.edu (610) 526-5356

South Dakota

South Dakota State University, Brookings —– $3,599,996

Marysz Rames, marysz.rames@sdstate.edu, (605) 688-4493

Texas

Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi —–$3,301,524

Patricia Spaniol-Mathews, patricia.spaniol-mathews@tamucc.edu

Lee College District, Baytown —–$2,690,954

Victoria Marron, vmarron@lee.edu, (281) 425-6501

Virginia

Hampton University, Hampton—–$3,500,0000

Ira Walker, ira.walker@hampton.edu, (757) 727-5397

2014 NASA EONS Solicitation New Appendix

2014 NASA EONS Solicitation New Appendix

Audience:  Minority Universities
Proposal Deadline: November 12, 2014

2014 NASA EONS Solicitation New Appendix

NASA’s Office of Education is accepting new proposals under the Education Opportunities in NASA STEM (EONS) 2014 NASA Research Announcement for the MUREP Institutional Research Opportunity (MIRO) appendix. This effort was previously titled as the NASA University Research Centers Project and has now been consolidated into the MUREP Program within the NASA Office of Education. Through the EONS omnibus solicitation, the opportunity MIRO has been released. Overall, MIRO awards aim to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) literacy and to enhance and sustain the capability of minority serving institutions to perform NASA-related research and education, which directly supports NASA’s four Mission Directorates – Aeronautics Research, Human Exploration and Space Operations, Science, and Space Technology. Proposals are due November 12, 2014.

For more information regarding the MIRO Solicitation, please visit the NASA EONS page on NSPIRES http://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/ .

AERA Dissertation and Research Grants – Now Accepting Applications

Supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the AERA Grants Program is currently accepting proposals for Dissertation and Research Grants, with a deadline of Thursday, September 4, 2014. Now in its 23rd year, the AERA Grants Program, with support from the National Science Foundation, provides small grants for conducting studies of education policy and practice using federally-funded, large-scale data sets. Applications are encouraged from a variety of disciplines, such as but not limited to, education, sociology, economics, psychology, demography, statistics, and psychometrics.

AERA Dissertation Grants. AERA provides dissertation support for advanced doctoral students to undertake doctoral dissertations using data from the large-scale national or international data sets supported by the NCES, NSF, and/or other federal agencies. The selection process is competitive. AERA Dissertation Grants are awarded for one-year for an amount of up to $20,000. The next application deadline is Thursday, September 4, 2014.

AERA Research Grants. AERA provides small grants for faculty members, postdoctoral researchers, and other doctoral-level scholars to undertake quantitative research using data from the large-scale national or international data sets supported by the NCES, NSF, and/or other federal agencies. The selection process is competitive. AERA Research Grants are awarded for one or two years, for an amount of up to $35,000. The next application deadline is Thursday, September 4, 2014.

For further information about AERA and the Grants Program, visit the AERA Grants Program website at http://www.aera.net/grantsprogram/. You may also contact George L. Wimberly, AERA-Grants Program Co-Principal Investigator, at grantsprogram@aera.net or (202) 238-3225.

NASA has openings for Pathways positions Spring 2015.

KSC has openings for Pathways positions beginning Spring 2015.  They close Monday, July 21, 2014 so please pass on to those who may be interested. See addiotnal information below.

Employees and Employment Information
Vacancy Announcement, KS14I0027
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375529400

Student Trainee (Security) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-0099-4/6
One vacancy
Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375531300

KS14I0026

Student Trainee (Biological Sciences) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-0499-4/6
One vacancy
Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens
http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375535100

KS14I0027

Student Trainee (Information Technology) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-2299-4/6

Two vacancies

Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375536200

KS14I0024

Student Trainee (Physical Sciences) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-1399-7/9

Two vacancies
Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375536600

KS14I0023

Student Trainee (Procurement) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-1199-4/6
Two vacancies
Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375536700

KS14I0022

Student Trainee (Education) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-1799-4/6

One vacancy
Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375537400

KS14I0021

Student Trainee (Accounting & Budget) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-0599-7/9

One vacancy
Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375538100

KS14I0020

Student Trainee (Administrative) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-0399-4/9

Two vacancies
Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov

Vacancy Announcement
This position is open to all U.S. citizens.
http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/375539300

KS14I0019

Student Trainee (Engineering) – NASA Pathways Intern, GS-0899-4/9

18 vacancies

Open: Wednesday, July 16
Close: Monday, July 21
Location: BAD00

POC: KSC-pathways@mail.nasa.gov