The SUMMER 2018 application PERIOD HAS CLOSED. APPLICANTs, STAY TUNED!

Have questions? See the FAQ below or contact us here.

TIMELINE:

September 18, 2017:  Application period open
November 29, 2017:  Applications due
January 31, 2018:  Fellow selection & placements announced
February 2018:  Fellows paired with mentors

May/June 2018:  Fellows begin work period
July 2018:  Fellowship Program Conference
August 2018:  Fellows conclude work term


FAQ

HOW DO I APPLY?

Candidates for the Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program had to complete an application in order to be considered for positions at the Host Companies. Applicants were also asked to submit their college transcript and letters of recommendation. Any additional material was requested in the application.

All completed applications will be reviewed by the Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Selection Committee, with the most highly qualified candidates being selected for phone interviews.

Selection is expected to be highly competitive.


 

DID YOU RECEIVE MY APPLICATION?

All applicants should receive a confirmation email within a week of the application deadline. If you applied but did not receive a confirmation, please contact us here

WHO CAN APPLY?

The Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program is designed to provide impactful career training and inspiration to young men and women who embody Matthew's passion for commercial space and democratizing the space frontier.  It is open to students who, at the time of application, are college juniors, seniors, or graduate students who intend to pursue a full-time career in the commercial spaceflight industry. Applicants must have either earned an engineering degree or be working towards one at the time the Fellowship begins.  A diversity in experience and academic interests will be highly encouraged as it supports the applicant's interests in commercial space. 

Note that due to export control regulations at the Host Companies, internships will be restricted to US citizens or US permanent residents (green card holders).