There are many ways to get involved with NASA and space exploration! NASA’s Psyche mission is developing opportunities for engaging university students in the science, engineering, innovation, and communication of the mission.
Psyche Inspired is a program that brings undergraduate students from any discipline or major together to share the excitement, innovation, and scientific and engineering content of NASA’s Psyche mission with the public in new ways through artistic and creative works.
Capstone courses are culminating, project-based courses undertaken by university students in the final (senior) year of university.
Free Online Courses
The NASA Psyche Mission Innovation Toolkit includes a series of free online courses based on the real-world challenges and skills associated with the Psyche mission’s science, engineering, technology, and teamwork.
Models & Materials
Make your own 3-D printed Psyche asteroid model or Psyche spacecraft model with files downloadable from Thingiverse.
Are you an artist, writer, crafter, or enthusiast? Does our mission to a metal world fuel your creativity? If so, we invite you to share it on #PsycheSpaceCRAFTY!
Additional Ways To Get Involved
Learn about the daily work of a mission Principal Investigator (PI):
Consider becoming, or connecting with, a NASA Solar System Ambassador:
NASA Solar System Ambassadors
Participate in a “NASA Solve” challenge:
Contribute to a citizen science project:
Connect through the partner programs of NASA Nationwide:
Explore opportunities for educators:
Explore opportunities for students:
Apply to become a NASA intern:
Apply to become a JPL intern:
Apply to become a Maxar intern: