Hi everyone! I'm at the end of the second semester in an mechanical engineering undergraduate course. I love spacecrafts, rocketry, aircraft and all that aerospace stuff, so I'm decided that, so long I finish my undergraduate, I'm going to pursue a major in aerospace (maybe something related to propulsion?). Working at NASA is like an old dream to me. So I've been thinking... What would be the pathways for a MechE student wishing to work in the aerospace field in the future? I mean... I already plan to take some classes on aerospace at my college: aerospace sciences, aerospace systems, aerospace propulsion... And we've got a aeromodelling group at mechanical engineering. But besides that, what kind of opportunities should I seek in college? I've read something about NASA internship programs, and I think that's really worth trying. I live in Brazil, and here we ain't got much of a field in aerospace. Because of that, I'm likely moving to somewhere else to pursue my master's degree. So, any hints?