AE undergrads and graduate students are invited to attend
Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program
Virtual Info Session
Wednesday, September 23
7 PM (EDT)
RSVP and register
Learn more about the program at the virtual info session
Application Deadline: November 13
About the Speakers:
Joshua Ingersoll (MSAE '19), Recruitment Chair @Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program
Josh is currently serving as the recruitment chair for the Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program and took part in the Fellowship in 2019. From 9-5 M-F he spends his time as a Spacecraft Systems Engineer for The Aerospace Corporation where he works on conceptual designs for next generation Civil and Defense space systems. In the evenings Josh is pursuing a dual MBA/MA program in Management and Space Policy from The George Washington University in Washington DC. Josh holds both a BS and an MS in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Eric Hinterman, Recruitment Vice-Chair @Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program
Eric is a 2020 Matthew Isakowitz fellow and currently serves as a recruitment vice-chair for the program. He is a PhD candidate at MIT in Aeronautics and Astronautics working on MOXIE, an instrument on the Mars 2020 rover that will produce oxygen on Mars. Eric went to the University of Notre Dame for his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering and began a career in the chemical industry before returning to graduate school to pursue space exploration research.
Maya Naphade, Recruitment Vice-Chair @Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program
Maya is a MIFP alum from the Class of 2019 and is very excited to be a recruitment vice-chair! She graduated from Princeton University in 2020 with a major in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and minors in Robotics and Intelligent Systems and French Language and Culture. She now works as an Associate Mechanical Operations Engineer at Virgin Galactic. In her free time, Maya enjoys running, swimming, rowing, and hiking.
About the Fellowship:
The Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program connects exceptional current college juniors, seniors, and graduate students with paid, summer internships in the exciting field of commercial spaceflight, as well as with notable aerospace leaders for mentorship. The summer culminates in a memorable networking summit.
Upon completing the summer internship, the Fellows remain among a group of alumni who have the opportunity to continue to network with this program, their Fellow peers, assigned mentors, and future Fellows, on the path to becoming future space icons.