Hawaii Space Grant

    Space Grant Participants


To collect data and feedback from current and former Fellows, Trainees, and Interns funded by the Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium (HSGC).

Welcome to the HSGC Longitudinal Tracking System. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) requires that all Space Grant Consortia gather data on the education and employment history of current and former participants in our programs. This enables us to improve our programs and assists us in seeking new funding to conduct additional programs. The information that you provide here will be sent to the Hawai‘i Space Grant office over an encrypted channel, will be kept private and not shared with anyone except NASA, our sponsor.

Please fill in your information. Fields marked with * are required.

*Updating information?      Yes (see NOTE below)       No, this is my first time.

NOTE: If you have filled out this form before and are updating your records, just fill in your name, contact information, and the relevant academic/career sections where you are adding or updating information. Please also complete the last section at the bottom of the form (NASA wants to tell your Space Grant story) before submitting your form. Mahalo.

* Name (First Middle Last):

* Date of Birth:

* Gender:    Male       Female

* Street Address:

* City:       * State:       * ZipCode:

* Phone:   (include area code)

* email:

Semester(s) & Year(s) you were Awarded Funding:
(if possible be as specific as you can)

* Name of campus while an HSGC participant:

* Check all that apply.
    Alaska Native 
    American Indian 
    Black or African American 
    Pacific Islander 
    Native Hawaiian 

    I do not wish to report  

    Physical Disability:


We invite you to read the HSGC News webpage for information on former recipients of the program or the Fellowship webpage for details of current and past honoree projects.

- - - Undergraduate section - - -

If you are still a student, what is your current academic standing?
  Freshman        Sophomore        Junior        Senior 
  Master's Candidate        PhD Candidate        Post Baccalaureate Program
  Other, please specify:  

When will/did you get your Bachelor's degree?
    Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM-related) field?  Yes       No

What is the highest educational goal you wish to attain?
    Second Bachelor's
    Second Master's
  Other, please specify:    

- - - Graduate section - - -

When will/did you get your graduate degree(s)?
    Field of Study:
    Degree Program (M.S., PhD, etc.):
    Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM-related) field?  Yes       No

- - - No Longer in School - - -

If you are no longer a student in academia, please check all that apply below:
  Employed by NASA/JPLª
  Employed in a STEM positionª
  Employed in a STEM academic fieldª
  Other employmentª
  Graduated and seeking STEM employment
  Graduated and seeking non-STEM employment
  Other, please specify:  
      ªIf you checked one of these boxes, please complete the employment information below.

- - - Current Employment - - -

How long do you plan to be in your current position?
  1-5 years         6-10 years         10+ years         I am in a temporary position         Undecided      

- - - Employment History - - -

    List Former Employer, Position, Dates, and please indicate if job was space related or STEM related.
    (Provided below are three spaces for you to list information about three past positions, if possible.)

- - - Additional Information - - -

If you have published any of your research work, please give us the details of authors, year of publication, title, publication journal, and page numbers.

Please list any other achievements or academic awards that you have received since completing your Space Grant fellowship.

If you have any other comments about Space Grant programs, please write them here.

* - - - NASA Wants to Tell Your Space Grant Story - - -

* If your participation in the Space Grant Fellowship/Traineeship/Internship program helped you reach your educational and/or professional career goals, please tell us how in the space below.

Across the country, NASA Space Grant engages students, teachers, organizations, and communitites in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) experiences.

NASA needs to hear from you, the implementers of the program, about how Space Grant programming is affecting lives and shaping the future of STEM research. Approved submissions will be shared on the Space Grant Website. Help NASA tell your Space Grant story and submit your input today.

* Are you willing to share Your Space Grant Story?      Yes       No


Click the Submit button once and your information will be sent automatically to Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium.

We will also send you an automatic confirmation message to the email address you provided above, showing the information you sent to us.

Thank you for your cooperation and time in completing this form. Your information will help to sustain funding for Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium programs.

Mahalo Nui Loa!

Hawaii Space Grant

For additional information, please contact: Marcia Rei Sistoso, Program Coordinator and Administrative Officer
Posted: May, 2006. Updated: August 7, 2014.