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IV&V Intern Emily Kearney

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Name: Emily Kearney
Age: 20
Education: Graduated From Jefferson High School in 2015. Currently a rising junior at West Virginia Wesleyan College
Area of Study: Engineering and Physics at the Undergraduate Level
Unique Facts: I can touch my nose with my tongue. I enjoy camping. I enjoy ballet.

What Brought You to NASA: NASA definitely has a big reputation in the worlds of Physics and Engineering. I figured that it would be a good place to explore for a potential career.

Where You See Yourself in Your Career: I’m not sure. I hope that I’m doing hands-on work or coding. I’ve always been fond of working with my hands, but I took my first class in programming this recent semester. I really liked it. NASA seems to be a good environment for either type of position.

 

IV&V Intern Adison Nordstrom

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Name: Adison Nordstrom
Age: 20
Education and year in school: Rising junior at West Virginia University
Area of study or intended area of study: Computer science major, physics minor
Unique fact about you: I swam competitively for 10-11 years.
What brought you to NASA? I applied for a 2016 summer internship here, got it, and now I’m back for a second summer.
Where you see yourself after you enter into your career? Hopefully software development, either with a tech company or with NASA.