Project Manager (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – August 18, 2017
This is a fun place to work especially if you are into science and astronomy. I was here on a project that lasted a year and a half and learned what real project management is by some of the finest people I ever met. Great team environment!
Landscaper (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – July 20, 2018
I loved this job however the leader of the team is horrible at lifting spirits. A leader that doesnt care about individuals the same way they care about the team as a whole shouldn't be leading.
I was there for 2 weeks and I felt alone and ignored so I left. Awesome job but the leader doesn't care which made my co workers not care as well. It showed with the work ethics of others and the lack of discipline but when I speak my mind as a new employee I'm ignore. That isn't fair and I'm disgusted that my freedom of speech is stolen from me because of my personal matters at home. With my talents being apart of NASA I'm hurt because I saw lots of growth within them through them but unfortunately I must move on because my voice isn't loud enough.
Freelance work, opportunites
Short lunches, no car pool service, unorganized, no tewm work
Nice place to intern but I wouldn't work there forever
Design/Develop Intern (Current Employee) – Pasadena, CA – July 18, 2018
I was just a summer intern so my time there was short. As a high school student, I was definitely the youngest person on my team but they made me feel welcome. Also the cafeteria food is pretty aight so thats a plus.
Site Organizational Coordinator (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – July 12, 2018
I hired teachers and was the main administrator over the summer program. I recruited students to attend the summer camp. I was in charge with enrollment and supervising the fidelity of the curriculum being taught.
Customer service Mananger (Former Employee) – Greenbelt, MD – July 8, 2018
It was a great atmosphere to work always learning new things. Learned a lot of about new technology. Management was great. work culture was excellent Hardest part of job not be able to help more. most enjoyable part of job was the people I worked with.
Systems Analyst/Application Developer (Former Employee) – Hampton, VA – July 4, 2018
Productive environment that added in quite a lot towards my career advancement. i was exposed to C# programming, Oracle and Sql database development environments as well as other back and front-end development.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – June 26, 2018
I got the chance to work with a lot of different professionals. I sharpen my professional lab skills, record keeping, organization, and accountability. My manager and team members were helpful and helped me when I had a work related problem.
It's NASA! With the proper perspective, the work is fascinating and innovative. The only drawback is, as one might expect, it is a federal agency and the annual budget negotiations can be tiresome. Each new administration has its perspective as to what NASA should be so directives and missions change often.
Systems Engineering & Implementation Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – June 6, 2018
NASA has been by far the best place that I have ever worked at. The culture is great and inclusive. All of the NASA folks work really hard to support the mission of the agency and this makes the time spent there very fulfilling.
Intern (Current Employee) – Kennedy Space Center, FL – June 4, 2018
Fun, competitive environment. Great co-workers and managers, Very hospitable people, lots of networking with one another. Deadlines can be hard but that's what you get when you are working with the best of the best.
Goddard Space Flight Center Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Greenbelt, MD – June 4, 2018
• Study and analysis of coronal mass ejections • Analysis of the propagation of CME’s through space • Research using iNtegrated Space Weather Analysis System and STEREO analysis tool The workplace culture was great with friendly people. The most fun part of my work was all of the new information about space that I learned.
MUREP Educator Institutes Intern (Former Employee) – Stennis Space Center, MS – May 31, 2018
My days at work were goal-driven and collaborative with the help of other scientists. I learned countless tools which allowed me to succeed in the scientific industry and I learned about the newest research that could make Mars habitable for human life one day! The management treated us with respect, acknowledged our expertise, and welcomed feedback concerning any issues or ideas we might have. I can honestly say the workplace culture is family-oriented. The hardest part of the job would consist of the implementing the different disciplines of science to understand or engineer a model, but the challenge was definitely worth it! The most enjoyable part of the job would be the knowledge I received concerning the current and future research in space.