Fellowships

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Applying for fellowships is an important step toward gaining experience in the space industries, there are thousands of them out there for both undergrad and graduate students. Being apart of SEDS helps set you apart as a dedicated individual who is passionate about space and willing to work hard. So remember to include information about your SEDS involvement in the application.

  • Tip 1: If you do not get selected, remember the competition is tough and it does not mean you won't get picked on the next round, so keep applying!
  • Tip 2: Proofread everything you write!
  • Tip 3: Start filling out applications in the fall, deadlines are typically in the first two months of the calendar year with selection taking place in the spring (some fellowships are year-round so be sure to check the submission and start dates for the ones you are interested in).


Also check out our SEDS maintained job site for more internships, scholarships, fellowships and career opportunities!

Click the link here: SEDS Job Site


Popular Fellowship Opportunities

  1. American Physical Society: Physics Fellows
  2. Blue Origin
  3. Brooke Owens
  4. Lockheed Martin STEM
  5. Lunar and Planetary Institute
  6. Matthew Isakowitz
  7. NASA GSFC Heliophysics Science
  8. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  9. NASA Pathways
  10. Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program