Project Moonshot – Calling HS Juniors
Texas High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS), as sponsored through HISD partner NASA, offers a one-of-a kind experience for High school juniors to explore the possibilities of a STEM related major or career. Student participants will potentially earn one full science credit, participate in a five-day summer experience, and mentoring by NASA scientists and engineers.
NASA wants today’s students, the Artemis Generation, to become the engineers, scientists, researchers, and innovators of tomorrow. Texas High School Aerospace Scholars offers a one-of-a-kind experience for Texas high school students to explore the possibilities of a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) related major or career. The adventure starts in the fall with an online course where students explore NASA content. Students with a 70 percent or greater average from the online course have an opportunity to participate in a five-day gamified summer experience - Moonshot. During Moonshot, students receive mentoring from NASA scientists and engineers, and work in teams to plan an Artemis-themed mission to the Moon and Mars.
Students who complete Moonshot may receive 1 science credit.
- U.S. citizen.
- Texas high school junior.
- Committed to a one-year relationship with NASA.
- Internet access (from home, school or public library).
Want more information about HAS, NASA and Texas A&M programs?
Interested? Sign up for a Lunch and Learn Webinar about HAS/NASA and Texas A&M programs Friday, October 1, 2021 at 11 A.M.
RSVP by September 15, 2021 for the Lunch and Learn Webinar (Interest Meeting) scheduled for Friday, October 1, 2021 at 11 A.M. at https://forms.office.com/r/3YFuhWDf7z
The HAS application link will be sent to you after your RSVP to the Lunch and Learn Webinar!