Being an Intern at JPL puts you right in the action, working alongside the scientists and engineers who’ve helped make JPL the leading center for robotic exploration of the solar system. Internships at JPL provide a strong pathway to a career with JPL and NASA. Many JPLers entered our Universe as student interns and contribute to major discoveries at JPL today.
As part of every internship, students receive mentorship and are encouraged to apply for full-time roles upon graduation.
We are looking for current students enrolled in relevant disciplines who demonstrate academic excellence with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.
JPL offers internships through both Human Resources and the Education Office which require separate applications.
On this page, you can explore both sets of student opportunities.
Internships hosted through HR are listed below.
Explore Educational Internship & Fellowship Opportunities through our Education Office and Partner Programs.
|Systems Engineering - Summer Internships||Engineering||Engineering Undergraduate Student|
|Summer Internship - Instruments Division||Engineering||Engineering Undergraduate Student|
|Software Engineering Part-Time Internship||Software and Computing Systems||SW Cmptg Sys Undergraduate Student|
|Software Computing System Co-Op for Curiosity Team||Software and Computing Systems||SW Cmptg Sys Undergraduate Student|
|Part-Time Web Developer Internship||Communications||Comm Undergraduate Student|
Early Career Hires (ECHs) are at the forefront of building the impossible.
We are always looking for explorers and bold pioneering spirits to join The Laboratory.
Our ECHs are top students who have demonstrated excellence in their academics, and contributions to their field of study. Our program develops key elements of success beyond the classroom. At JPL, you'll be challenged and humbled by the depth of what there is yet to learn. All employees, including early career hires, are eligible for mentoring by world renowned Laboratory personnel.
We are looking for recent graduates who have degrees in relevant disciplines who demonstrate academic excellence with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.