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Internships and Activities

SFA physics, engineering, and astronomy internships

Student Resources

Enhance your education

There’s nothing quite like real-world experience to help you further your education. And at SFA, Lumberjacks studying physics, engineering and astronomy can take advantage of valuable internships and activities.

Be active

SFA is home to more than 200 very active student clubs and organizations, and our students can participate in a wide variety of fun and challenging competitions. Here are just a few ways you can get involved in campus life and meet Lumberjacks who share your interests: 

  • Society of Physics Students
  • Engineering Student Organization
  • American Physical Society
  • 4-H Robotics
  • Near-space experiments
  • Human-powered bicycle competition

Internship opportunities

Our students have landed some fantastic internship and research opportunities at organizations such as:

  • NASA
  • National Solar Observatory
  • Research opportunities at universities such as UNLV and Rutgers

If you’re interested in taking part in an internship during your time at SFA, we can help. All the information you need, as well as the answers to your questions, can be found on the Center for Career and Professional Development website.


Department of Physics, Engineering and Astronomy

Physical Address:
Cole STEM Building
Suite 207

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13044, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962