As a guidance, navigation and control analyst and design engineer, Yesha solves critical problems for the warfighter at Northrop Grumman.
Jasper is an electrical engineer with Northrop Grumman and makes rocket-themed art and jewelry in her spare time, using the latest 3D printing technologies.
A duo of Northrop Grumman engineers have invented a revolutionary way to forge connections between electricity and water and keep the power surging.
Kirk, an engineering intern at the University of Arizona, is applying his skills in the Hunter Program in flight sciences and test engineering.
Steven Kuo created a pinch polarizer, which transforms a linear radio signal into a circularly polarized signal, to solve engineering problems.
After giving birth to her daughter in 2013, Tina's perspective on her job changed and she sought a more even work-life balance at Northrop Grumman.
Arlanda is an Electrical Engineer in the Pathways Program, working on a design team that is responsible for designing, testing, and analyzing data of Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits.
After more than 30 years in the military, Arnie Lucas joins Northrop Grumman through the Skillbridge internship program.
Learn more about Robniqua's journey to becoming a software engineer at Northrop Grumman.
Tim, technical fellow, shares how his childhood passion for aerospace led him to his career path and inspired him to share this passion with STEM students.
As an engineering manager at Northrop Grumman, Jim's ability to logically prepare and visualize a solution better equipped him to summit Mt. Everest.
Welcome Home: In four short years as a professional, test engineer TJ Jasinski has had a wide array of experiences in the defense...
Discover how Ryan Haughey went from engineering student to becoming an engineering mentor for students at his alma mater.
How do we guarantee we can provide the most radical solutions with the resources we have? The power resides in our people.
Derrick first connected with Northrop Grumman virtually at the Great Minds in STEM conference, an initiative supported by the company’s educational outreach nonprofit, the Northrop Grumman Foundation.
After completing a three-month stay at the International Space Station hosted aboard the Cygnus spacecraft, SharkSat spent two weeks orbiting the Earth and transmitting valuable telemetry and performance data back to mission controllers.
Kanavis is the lead quality engineer with Quality Control Material Review authority for the Atlas V and the Space Launch Systems programs.
An IT apprenticeship with Northrop Grumman UK can open the door to a fulfilling career. Read about one infrastructure engineer's journey in his own words.
Northrop Grumman's state-of-the-art mach speed testing facility allows the demonstration & validation of new advancements in supersonic and hypersonic systems.
Gail Slemon is a living example of how women in engineering can inspire other women.
The importance of safety in the workplace is apparent and integral in everything Northrop Grumman does.
To Teran Chase of Northrop Grumman, growing with technology means marrying mechanical engineering and STEM activism with business development.
Through the Northrop Grumman Future Technical Leaders rotational program, manufacturing engineer Locks is applying her skills to real-world missions.
Meet Travene Grant, a tool engineer at Northrop Grumman in St. Augustine, Florida where he uses metrology, the science of measurement, to assist with building aircraft.
Neil, a Principal Software Engineer at Northrop Grumman, shares his story about neurodiversity and finding a meaningful career in the United Kingdom.
Meet Gabe Caldwell, a Computer Science major in his senior year at Swarthmore College, game developer and intern at Northrop Grumman.
Todd Harland White, Chief Architect at Undersea Systems and Consulting Engineer, offers engineering career advice after 44 years at Northrop Grumman.
Mary Petryszyn of Northrop Grumman's Land and Avionics C4ISR Division shares lessons learned throughout her career in aerospace.
Facilities manager Brian Henwood reflects on installing Electric Vehicle charging stations at Northrop Grumman’s Azusa, California campus.
Naomi is redefining engineering leadership, measuring success by her impact on the engineering community and focusing on serving future generations.
Mei-Li joined Northrop Grumman as an intern. Today, she’s a mechanical design engineer on the James Webb Space Telescope, working on the mechanical ground systems engineering team.
When members of Northrop Grumman’s Fabrication Laboratories (FabLabs) in California began recognizing a standout need for personal protective equipment for those on the COVID-19 frontlines, they put their engineering skills to good use: using 3-D additive manufacturing to help produce face shields. Northrop Grumman quickly committed funding for labor and materials. What began as a [...]Read More...
To meet the extraordinary challenge presented by COVID-19, Northrop Grumman employees have found creative ways to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for local community healthcare workers. Starting with a few employees using their own 3-D printers to make face shields, headbands, and mask extenders, the effort recently expanded to include Northrop Grumman’s Fabrication Labs (FabLabs) [...]Read More...
In late March, Northrop Grumman Program Development Manager Frank Minor spotted a do-it-yourself (DIY) Hack-a-Vent challenge issued by the United States Department of Defense (DoD), soliciting creative individuals from all over the country to come up with the best design and prototype for a quickly and easily manufactured basic ventilator to support medical response teams [...]Read More...
As much of the world continues to self-quarantine and limit its exposure to COVID-19, some of the most isolated people — the elderly and those unable to connect with close friends and family — need a helping hand more than ever. Carissa Tripi, a traveling field engineer currently supporting a Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator customer [...]Read More...
If you would have told me when I was a young boy growing up on a Colorado dairy farm that I would get the opportunity to design, build and test rocket motors for a living, I never would have believed you.
As an intern, Jeremiah's role is to be a part of the team and to understand the daily responsibilities of Global Hawk engineers and technicians.