Finding your footing as you start your career can be an exciting and challenging time. At Northrop Grumman, we have multi-generations of employees who are very interested in partnering with new talent, showing them the ropes, and helping to guide their career paths.
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
One of our cyber experts earns top honors from Maryland alma mater.
How do you start a career that you love? Let Adam tell you his story.
We talk a lot about innovation. But what does it take to come up with an innovative idea?
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.
Derius Galvez, a recent graduate student of Mississippi State University’s (MSU) Bagley College of Engineering and a Northrop Grumman employee was recently recognized by the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
Generational diversity opens doors wider so teams and projects can benefit from a broad mix of thoughts and experiences.