NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program
Undergraduate students must be enrolled or accepted at a U.S. accredited college or university. Awards to both undergraduate and graduate students are based on academics, leadership qualities, membership in honor societies and a strong interest in the field of aeronautics.
Students applying must be prepared to explain their long-term professional goals and how the scholarship will help them. In addition, students will need to complete an essay on the greatest technical challenges to the field of aeronautics and how they propose to address them.
Undergraduate students receive a $15,000 per year scholarship and a $10,000 summer internship at a NASA research center. Graduate students receive a $11,000 per year scholarship, a $10,000 summer internship at a NASA research center, and a $35,000 stipend. Both undergraduate and graduate will also receive two years of additional support from the scholarship program.
The deadline for this scholarship is usually in JANUARY of each year, and the award amount is usually $15,000.
For more details, visit http://nasa.asee.org