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Travel Grant Application

Students may apply for both in-person events (you must be actively participating) and/or virtual events (you can be passively engaged as an audience member). 


Please read:

The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC) will sponsor North Dakota students (undergraduate and graduate students) to travel to a conference, hands-on workshop, or other academic or professional development event pre-approved by the NDSGC. Students can receive awards of up to $1,000. Travel grant applications are due at least six weeks prior to the conference or workshop that is being attended. If a travel grant is awarded, travel and funding arrangements must be made at least two weeks prior to the conference or workshop being attended. Travel grant funding is awarded competitively and all applications are assessed individually. Students are allowed to submit one travel grant application per semester until they have a meritorious submission. 

All travel grant recipients must submit a post-event report (you will receive a Submittable form from the NDSGC team) and upload an image of them attending their event. The NDSGC will use this information in the annual reporting back to NASA. Once a post-event report has been submitted and all funds disbursed, the travel grant will be closed. 

Resources and Links:

Later in the form, we'll ask you to explain how your proposal relates to NASA and their goals. We have provided references for you to consult (not all may apply to you):

  1. NASA STEM Engagement Website
  2. NASA 2020 Technology Taxonomy
  3. NASA 2017 Strategic Technology Investment Plan
  4. NASA 2018 Strategic Plan
  5. Science 2020-2024: A Vision for Scientific Excellence
  6. NASA 2022 Strategic Plan



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The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC) is committed to providing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) support to students across the state of North Dakota. Our At-Home STEM Kits allow students to conduct a simple STEM activity wherever they live, with adult supervision. All kits are free and require minimal supplies. Please complete the form below if you would like an At-Home STEM Kit to be mailed to a North Dakota address.


The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium is not responsible for any harm or damage that may result from interaction with the At-Home STEM Kit's directions and/or supplies.

An adult must be present and supervise any student(s) while they interact with the At-Home STEM Kit's directions and/or supplies.


Kits to choose from:

-Hologram Illusion Projector Kit: Middle and High School Students. Items included in kit: lesson & directions, frustum cutout, tape, NASA sticker, NASA temporary tattoo. (Items not included but needed for project: cellphone with video, scissors.)

-Build a Carbon Atom Kit: Elementary (5th-6th) and Middle School Students. Items included in kit: lesson & directions, Styrofoam balls, string, paperclip, pipe cleaners, NASA sticker, NASA temporary tattoo. (Items not included but needed for project: glue, paint & paintbrush OR markers.)

-Payload and Parachute Kit: Elementary (1st-4th) School Students.  Items included in kit: lesson & directions, string, paperclip, Styrofoam block, Ziplock bag, NASA sticker, NASA temporary tattoo. (Items not included but needed for project: tape.)

*One kit per family; each form will request only one kit.

*Kit distribution based on supply availability: first come, first served.


If you are a teacher looking for STEM supplies for your classroom, please submit an Educator Mini-Grant application. More information on Educator Mini-Grants can be found here.


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This form is for Space Studies/Aerospace Science students who will be receiving a North Dakota Space Grant (NDSGC)-funded Graduate Assistantship (GA) award.

Congratulations on your GA award! Because this funding is provided to us by NASA, we must comply with the NASA reporting requirements every year. To do so, we'll need important demographic and academic information from you. We thank you for your time, as your efforts ensure the longevity of our program and allow future students to experience the same funding opportunities that you received. 

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NASA Relevance Documents:
NASA 2020-2023 STEM Engagement Plan
NASA 2020 Technology Taxonomy
NASA 2018 Strategic Plan
NASA 2017 Strategic Technology Investment Plan

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Please read the following message before completing your NASA Space Grant application:


This is the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium's application form for awarding NASA Internship  and Industry Internship funding. This application will close following our application deadlines.


Depending on how your institution or NASA internship funds you, taxes may be taken out.


For prospective Industry Interns only: 

The NDSGC encourages you to reach out to our team to discuss your individual situation. All students must fill out this Submittable form to be considered for internship funding. Students pursuing an industry internship do not have to complete the steps outlined below for the NASA internships (which are hosted by NASA Centers). Please contact the NDSGC team if you have any questions.


For prospective NASA interns only:

STEP ONE: You must have already filled out an application at intern.nasa.gov. (Click the link to start your application)


STEP TWO: Fill out this Submittable form. After you fill out your NASA application, the NDSGC will be able to review all North Dakota-based student applications. 

Summer Awards: We competitively select 6-8 ND students each summer (dependent on funding) to support. After selecting students internally, we will reach out to each NASA center's intern office and advocate for you. This does not guarantee you an internship; this makes your application more appealing to the center, as you would come with an existing funding source. Over the summer internship session, undergraduates will receive a stipend of $7,300; graduates will receive $9,000. Students will also receive a $500 travel stipend for in-person appointments. 

Fall and Spring Awards: the number of awards will vary by availability in the budget. Funding will be more competitive in the fall and spring because we dedicate the majority for summer applications.

We encourage everyone to apply to up to 15 positions, as NASA allows. Please let us know if you have any questions at the email addresses below. 

NASA selects interns on a first-come-first-serve basis, so you may be contacted by a NASA mentor without us knowing. If this happens, please keep us updated as soon as possible so we can open up your potential slot to a different ND student. 


STEP 3: You will be able to edit this application at all times! Maintain your "top positions and centers" list to help us advocate for your top choices. Click the "edit submission" link at any time to make these updates.  


For all students:

Application Deadlines:

  • Summer session: February 1st
  • Fall session: July 1st
  • Spring session: November 15th


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To promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) across North Dakota, the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC) established the STEM Ambassador program. STEM Ambassadors are undergraduate and graduate STEM students that conduct hands-on activities with North Dakota students, families, and communities.

Please complete this form if you would like to have a STEM Ambassador chat with your K-12 classroom. The goal of these visits is to encourage communication and cultivate curiosity in the fields of STEM.

Note: 

  • Teachers must submit at least 7 questions for the STEM Ambassadors to answer and discuss during their visit, we want our STEM Ambassadors to be prepared for classroom conversation. 
  • Having our STEM Ambassador conduct a hands-on STEM activity is an option. 
  • All visits are dependent on STEM Ambassador availability.


If you have a vision for how you want a STEM Ambassador visit to happen, let us know!

NDSGC will contact you, after your submission, to set a time and date for the visit. Please allow up to 3 weeks for all arrangements to be made.

Would your student or class like to have a STEM pen pal? 

The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium STEM Pal program allows students to submit a letter to a STEM Ambassador. The goal of STEM Pals is to encourage communication and cultivate curiosity in the fields of STEM. "Letters" can be in the form of a paper letter, an email, a voice memo, or a hand-drawn picture. Students can ask a STEM Ambassador any questions they may have about Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, or college life as a STEM student. 

Please fill out the form below to begin correspondence.

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Please read the following message before completing your NASA Space Grant scholarship application:

The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium provides scholarship funding for outstanding students at North Dakota's public two- and four-year colleges and universities. This is the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium's application form for the Bismarck State College Undergraduate Scholarship

Bismarck State College students must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Have at least a 3.0 GPA
  • Be pursuing a STEM or STEM Education degree (nursing majors are not eligible)
  • Be enrolled at Bismarck State College and have Bismarck State College as their home institution

All other questions can be directed to Tori McIntosh (tori.mcintosh@und.edu) and/or Marissa (msaad@space.edu).

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