Science fairs changed a Northrop Grumman employee’s life and led to a commitment to STEM volunteering.
Abraham Ater, a Sudanese refugee, now lives with his family in Atlanta. He works as a public health analyst for Northrop Grumman.
One of the best things an employee can do to stay on course is to find a mentor. At Northrop Grumman, valuable mentorships are encouraged through several programs.
Jack is an infrastructure engineer working in the United Kingdom for Northrop Grumman. He spent time as an information technology apprentice for the company, and has since found new and fulfilling roles within the company.
3D printing capabilities allow us to think differently and create designs that are not possible in any other way.
A retired US Army colonel joined Northrop Grumman as a program director on the IBCS program. After a personal experience, he felt called to help save soldiers’ lives in a meaningful and direct way.
Northrop Grumman engineer painstakingly rebuilds the only SBD-1 Dauntless dive bomber still in existence.
Amy Jo Moore recently was awarded the Society of Women Engineer’s Distinguished New Engineer Award.
Todd Harland White has gained unique knowledge that has contributed to his individual success and to the company overall.
Inspiring women working in the aerospace and defense industry at Northrop Grumman share their experiences in their STEM careers.
Veteran protects the warfighter through his work in cybersecurity.
Mentoring and being mentored can boost the development of leadership and management skills for both parties.
Ely Brooks was awarded the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineering Award in 2018.
Combining her background in mechanical engineering with a passion for financial analysis, Teran Chase contributes to the Northrop Grumman team that is building and maintaining the OmegA rocket.
Northrop Grumman quality analyst finds connections between maintaining a high standard of quality through a unique work-surf balance.
Knowledge transfer is extremely valuable throughout Northrop Grumman, including in our Charlottesville manufacturing.
Deep learning in action provides information for the warfighter. Northrop Grumman’s artificial intelligence experts speak about algorithms, deep learning and artificial intelligence.
An unexpected source of inspiration helped electrical and manufacturing engineers to refine an integral satellite part, resulting in millions of dollars in savings over time.
Of those to whom much is given, much is required.
Northrop Grumman LGBT employees and allies make history in San Diego.
Kerry Nguyen says chemists are like the CSI of aerospace.
Find out about the FabLab creation by our structural engineer, Ted Kucharski.
A Systems Engineer at Northrop Grumman talks about differences.
Northrop Grumman’s support of the warfighter extends well beyond technology.
Mandy Rogers discusses how she became interested in cyber and intelligence and the importance of mentorship.
Hundreds of summer interns at several sites went on a lab-hopping quest in July to discover Northrop Grumman’s work.
We recently spoke to Nate Atkinson about his transition to civilian life, and a career at Northrop Grumman, after serving 12 years active duty in the U.S. Navy.
Interns at Northrop Grumman make significant contributions while gaining hands-on experience and working alongside a team of innovators.
If you asked Leah Williams what she wanted to be when she was younger, she’d tell you a "musician."
Chandria Poole's Forward-thinking Approach to Cyber Challenges
AFCEA provides a platform for members to develop innovations to support and serve military, government and industry communities.
How often do early career engineers get to make an impact right after joining a company?
One of our cyber experts earns top honors from Maryland alma mater.
Doc shares a few tips on how to make the transition from military service to the private sector.
How do you start a career that you love? Let Adam tell you his story.
Helen found her purpose in the middle of chaos. It started her on her life’s journey.
We talk a lot about innovation. But what does it take to come up with an innovative idea?
Jerome Luine is on a mission of the quantum-physical kind, and he’s collecting elementary particles theorized by one of the most famous scientists of our time, Albert Einstein.
Going into the STEM fields isn’t easy - especially if you don’t have role models. Mentors can help, and Northrop Grumman has employees on both sides of that equation.
Once a student, then an engineer, now a mentor.
Veterans are revered at Northrop Grumman, and we’re sure to give them the support they need.
Career, education and family - it’s sometimes difficult to find a balance between the three.