Engineering Scholars Program

Engineering Scholars

Congratulations to the Engineering Scholars Program winners!


  • Allegany County, Jacob M. Zembower, Fort Hill High School
  • Anne Arundel County, Gregory Hare, South River High School
  • Baltimore City, Stelios Mastoras, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute  
  • Baltimore County, Brett Libowitz, Owings Mills High School
  • Calvert County, Richard M. Dalrymple, Huntingtown High School
  • Caroline County, Glenn J. Herb, North Caroline High School
  • Carroll County, Zachary J. Rodriguez, Westminster High School
  • Cecil County, Matthew C. Morris, Rising Sun High School
  • Charles County, Thomas Lilly, North Point High School
  • Dorchester County, Abigail L. Guillemart, Mardela High School
  • Frederick County, Brian Raynor, Walkersville High School
  • Garrett County, Joseph Burdock, Northern Garrett High School 
  • Harford County, Grace C. Macatee, North Harford High School
  • Howard County, Eric J. Greenlee, River Hill High School
  • Kent County, Andrew S. Oatley, Kent County High School
  • Montgomery County, Nathan Schilling, Montgomery Blair High School
  • Prince George's County, Alexander T. Yu, Eleanor Roosevelt High School
  • Queen Anne's County, Zachary S. Groseclose, Queen Anne's County High School  
  • Somerset County, Paige N. Stanley, Pocomoke High School 
  • St. Mary's County, Matthew N. Mussomele, Great Mills High School
  • Talbot County, Nathaniel Moore, Easton High School
  • Washington County, Tyler Stine, Washington County Technical High School  
  • Wicomico County, Jordan T. Jones, Wicomico High School
  • Worcester County, Daniel Beck, Stephen Decatur High School

Locations throughout the United States

  • San Fernando, CA: Robert Filkin, Reseda High School
  • San Gabriel Valley, CA: Donovan Gonzales, Don Bosco Technical Institute
  • San Fernando, CA: Esmeralda Luna, San Fernando High School
  • San Gabriel Valley, CA: Bryan Zhong, Bonita High
  • Seminole, FL: Samuel Brenner, Seminole High School
  • Orange, FL: Patrick Burns, Winter Park High School
  • Arlington Heights, IL: Richard Hallman, Prospect High School
  • Hoffman Estates, IL: Nicholas Ratajczyk, William Fremd High School
  • Erie, NY: Joseph Campione, Clarence Senior High School
  • Erie, NY: Monica Wild, Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart
  • Hamilton, OH: Tim Kramer, Elder High School
  • Hamilton, OH: Timothy Rapking, Taylor High School
  • Davis, UT: Sara Harper, Viewmont
  • Davis, UT: Breannan Pack, Clearfield
  • Albemarle, VA: Ryan Cox, Charlottesville High School
  • Albemarle, VA: Samantha Rocker, Albemarle High School

About the program

This scholarship program is intended to support promising high school seniors who plan to pursue a career in an approved engineering program and who live in communities where Electronic Systems is a major presence.

High-technology companies across the nation, like Northrop Grumman, continue to face a critical shortage of specialized engineering personnel we need for our businesses. Through this scholarship effort, we hope to motivate some of the brightest and best students with a background and interest in math and science to consider the engineering professions.

Scholarships of $10,000 over the course of four years* ($2,500 a year) will be awarded by Northrop Grumman to qualified graduating high school seniors per the following:

One [1] scholarship in each of Maryland's 23 counties and [1] in the city of Baltimore

Two [2] scholarships in each of the eight locations listed below:

  • California (Azusa Campus) - San Gabriel Valley
  • California (Woodland Hills Campus) - Antelope, Conejo, San Fernando, Simi Valley, Santa Clarita Valley or Ventura County
  • Florida - Orange or Seminole County
  • Illinois - Cities of Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, Inverness, Mt. Prospect, Palatine or Rolling Meadows
  • New York - Erie or Niagara County
  • Ohio - Butler, Claremont, Hamilton or Warren County
  • Utah - Davis, Salt Lake, Utah or Weber County
  • Virginia - Albemarle County


Initial Application Requirements:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must be a resident in one of the counties or communities mentioned above
  • Must be a graduating senior of a public or accredited private high school in sponsoring location
  • Must plan to attend an accredited college or university as a full-time student in an approved engineering program
  • Must have a minimum composite SAT score of 1700 or ACT score of 27 (initial application only)
  • Must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 grades 9-12 (initial application only)

*Ongoing Application Requirements

  • Recipient must remain in an accredited four-year college or university as a full-time student in an approved engineering program (School of Engineering).
  • Annual renewal is contingent upon satisfactory academic performance in a full-time course of study. Minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Recipients are required to notify Northrop Grumman of any changes in contact information or school enrollment, and must provide a complete official transcript when requested.
  • Recipients are required to accept summer internships two out of three summers. This is contingent upon job availability. If no positions are available this will NOT forfeit the scholarship. If a summer internship is offered and the scholarship recipient does not accept it two out of three years, the remaining scholarship funds are forfeited. 
  • Recipients of any other Northrop Grumman Scholarships are not eligible.
  • In the event a candidate does not complete the school year or does not fulfill the obligations established above, any remaining funds are to be returned to the Northrop Grumman Corporation, Electronic Systems.

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