Noah Corey Fleishman is currently a senior at El Segundo High School in Los Angeles and will be entering the Aerospace Engineering program at California Polytechnic University, Pomona in the fall. His dream is to work as an engineer on the creation of satellites and other space craft. Noah is also interested in developing a program to allow middle and high school students across the country to design and launch functional cube-sats, in the hope that other students will fall in love with the space industry as he has. During his high school career, Noah has interned at Boeing’s Space and Intelligent Systems facility, and more recently, at Northrop Grumman’s Space Park. As part of this second internship, he worked with a team on the hi-bay floor of the James Webb Space Telescope. Noah’s engineering team competed in the Real World Design Challenge during his junior year of high school. His team won the tri state competition and made it all the way to the nationals. Noah’s scholarship will help fund his Aerospace Engineering degree at Cal Poly Pomona.
Noah received a Scholarship from SSPI's Southern California Chapter in 2015.
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