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Jobs In Space For those scientists desiring a celestial career, the Princeton Planetary Society has the publication for you. PPS, a nonprofit, student-run education group at Princeton University in New Jersey, has recently published its premier edition of Space Jobs. The publication offers a listing of full-time job opportunities, most of which are entry-level openings, with consulting and engineering firms, NASA, and nonprofit organizations as well as summer employment opportunities and a spec

The Scientist Staff
Jun 24, 1990

Jobs In Space
For those scientists desiring a celestial career, the Princeton Planetary Society has the publication for you. PPS, a nonprofit, student-run education group at Princeton University in New Jersey, has recently published its premier edition of Space Jobs. The publication offers a listing of full-time job opportunities, most of which are entry-level openings, with consulting and engineering firms, NASA, and nonprofit organizations as well as summer employment opportunities and a special section on graduate schools. It also includes tips on entering the space field and gives detailed job and company descriptions. Eric Tilenius, former PPS president and now editor-in-chief of Space Jobs, says that the idea of the publication came about when students had complained that there was not a comprehensive guide available on how to break into space-related fields. "We've put space-related disciplines in one book," he says. PPS raised funds for the project with donations from...

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