When I grow up, I want to be an Astronaut – A Kindergarten Student Stressed. Ikaw gusto mo bang maging Astronaut? or kahit anong work basta nasa NASA!? (redundant no? hehe, parang may pag nanasa, nasa nga eh, NASA ha, hindi nasa.)
Just wanna share yung mga na discover ko about working at NASA during my muni muni moments… Sa mga nakabasa na neto, at sa may mga alam na, huwag niyo nalang po basahin, pero sa mga interesado lang na maging astronaut! or maka work sa NASA kahit hindi Astronaut! Teka, baka may mga blog readers ako dito na hindi alam anong meaning ng NASA? NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. May nabasa lang me tungkol sa NASA employment. Eto na, copy paste ko nalang po ha:
At NASAJobs students can find opportunities for internships, cooperative programs and summer employment.
For all the diversity of NASA’s workforce, the question, “How can I become an astronaut?” is very common. The answer depends on where you are now and where you want to go.
If you haven’t finished high school yet, former astronaut Dr. Sally K. Ride has these suggestions for you:
“The most important steps that I followed were studying math and science in school. I was always interested in physics and astronomy and chemistry, and I continued to study those subjects through high school and college on into graduate school. That’s what prepared me for being an astronaut; it actually gave me the qualifications to be selected to be an astronaut. I think the advice that I would give to any kids who want to be astronauts is to make sure that they realize that NASA is looking for people with a whole variety of backgrounds: they are looking for medical doctors, microbiologists, geologists, physicists, electrical engineers. So find something that you really like and then pursue it as far as you can and NASA is apt to be interested in that profession.”
If you’ve graduated from college or are in the military, and you’re ready to apply,
Paki basa nalang nyang nasa Here’s how. Share ko lang po, baka may gustong lumabas na sa Earth. Hehehe. Source ko po neto ay:http://www.nasa.gov That’s all folks! 🙂