“At the same time that we provide opportunities for students and small businesses that need them, we will grow Alabama’s economy and create long-lasting, well paying jobs in an area that is expanding exponentially.”
-Alabama Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth, ASA National Chair
The 2022 Alabama Aerospace Summer Internship Program is for high school and college students interested in pursuing careers in the aerospace industry. All students pursuing STEM- (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) related disciplines are encouraged to apply.
The 2022 Internship Program will run for two weeks The 2022 Internship Program will run for two weeks, a virtual week, June 6-10, followed by an in-person week, June 13-17, which gives students ample time to experience what it’s like to work in various facets of the aerospace industry. Students will spend time at various aerospace facilities where they will have a chance to meet the best and the brightest in the aerospace industry, participate in hands-on activities, and get an exclusive behind the-scenes look at what each company does and some of the exciting projects they are working on.
Alabama Aerospace Supplier Program
The Alabama Chapter of the Aerospace States Association hosted its annual Aerospace Day at the Capitol on February 23, 2022 with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Director Jody Singer. The event, led by Lt. Governor Ainsworth, was attended by Members of the Legislature and the Alabama Aerospace Community.
Alabama Aerospace Internship Program
To advance the Alabama aerospace community and facilitate state economic development within Alabama through industry networking, policy development, educational discussions, and focused events, involving state elected and other government officials.
Aerospace States Association- Alabama Chapter, in coordination with ASA Chair Lt. Gov Will Ainsworth, will embark on a mission to support the aerospace supplier network that drives Alabama’s economy into the future. The program combines existing aerospace “Primes” like Lockheed Martin and United Launch Alliance with the suppliers, subcontractors, and talent that is so well know in Alabama to enable national aerospace programs like the NASA Artemis Program.
Through community outreach that will reach all corners of this great state the ASA-Alabama Chapter will:
· Seek new suppliers and subcontractors for aerospace industry
· Promote Alabama’s aerospace economy
· Support STEM education that drives Alabama’s innovative spirit
· Develop future workforce opportunities in highly skilled professions
The ASA- Alabama Chapter encourages you to join and take part in this collaborative effort to continue to grow Alabama’s aerospace industry and further demonstrate our leadership on the national stage.
February 23, 2022
Jody Singer, Director, Marshall Space Flight Center
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