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Made It Possible: Bonnie and Four Generations of Company Pride

From Thiokol Chemical Corporation to today, Bonnie and her family have served more than 165 combined years at Northrop Grumman heritage companies. I was always taught that if you landed a job at Thiokol Chemical Corporation — a Northrop Grumman heritage company — you had a career for the rest…

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Made it Possible: Lisa and a Chorus of Support

Meet Lisa: A systems engineering manager in Dulles, Virginia. She has worked for Northrop Grumman for 15 years, supporting deep space, commercial satellites, mission operations and career development. I recently heard someone say that life isn’t about balance —it’s more like an orchestra. I grew up in an orchestral swell…

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MAGIC Tool Suite

MAGIC is electromagnetic particle-in-cell finite-difference, time-domain (EM PIC FDTD) software for simulating plasma physics processes, i.e., those processes that involve interactions between space charge, electromagnetic fields, and background gaseous media.

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Make a Difference on Day 1

The possibilities for your future career are only limited by your drive.  Whether you’re looking for a hands-on internship or your next leadership position, we have career opportunities across the world and in every state in the U.S. Take advantage of the potential and join a team near you or…

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Manned Aircraft

As a leading provider of proven manned air systems, Northrop Grumman builds some of the world’s most advanced aircraft, from the innovative B-2 Spirit stealth bomber to the game-changing E-2D Advanced Hawkeye.

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Manufacturing Careers

Northrop Grumman manufacturing plants are highly-automated, cutting-edge centers of excellence where employees leverage the latest technology, including the strategic use of automation, 3-D printing and robotics. Search for jobs in manufacturing and Define Possible from day 1.

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Manufacturing: Life at Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman manufacturing teams build products our warfighters and customers depend on for protecting lives. Leveraging the latest technology, our manufacturing engineers are Defining Possible, working to ensure what is being designed can actually be built. We invite you to read these stories about our some of our manufacturing employees…

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Matching Gifts Frequently Asked Questions

Corporate Citizenship Home Philanthropy Corporate Contributions Guidelines Northrop Grumman Foundation Matching Gifts for Education Program Employees Charity Organization of Northrop Grumman (ECHO) Program Aid to Higher Education How long has the company had the matching gifts program? The Northrop Grumman Foundation, which is a separate entity from the company, implemented…

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Measuring Elementary Particles

Jerome Luine is on a mission of the quantumphysical kind, and he's collecting elementary particles theorized by one of the most famous scientists of our time, Albert Einstein. As the principal scientist and group lead for Quantum Sensing and Metrology Basic Research at Northrop Grumman's NG Next lab, Luine works…

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Meet Alexander: Creating A User Experience Fit To Impress

Tell us about your path to Northrop Grumman. How did you get hired here? As an undergraduate student at Jackson State University, I attended the Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) conferences each year. During my senior year, I was able to acquire an interview with Northrop Grumman that…

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Meet Arlanda: Defining Possible Through Designing, Testing, and Analyzing

Can you tell us about how you found your way to Northrop Grumman? During my undergraduate career at Grambling State University, I attended various conferences such as the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA). My senior year of college, I was awarded…

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Meet Diana: Defining Possible One F-35 Fighter Jet at a Time

Can you tell us about a bit more about how you found your way to being an intern at Northrop Grumman? I have known for a while that I wanted to work in the aerospace and defense industry and I have always thought that Northrop Grumman might be the right…

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Meet Essence: An Intern Finding New Ways To Enhance F-35 Program

“Being able to come up with my own measurement algorithm is something that I never would have thought I would be doing in this lifetime, but here I am doing it.” – Essence  Essence is an intern working on the F-35 Lightning II aircraft. She helps her team with a…

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Meet Jasper: An Engineer and Artist Inspiring Young Budding Scientists

Jasper is an electrical engineer with Northrop Grumman in Chandler, Arizona. In her spare time, she makes rocket-themed art and jewelry using the latest 3D printing technologies. Through her art, Jasper shares her passion for space with children and adults, and teaches 3D printing at HeatSync Labs, a maker space,…

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Meet Jeremiah: A Global Hawk Aircraft Engineering Intern

How did you find yourself at Northrop Grumman? My path to Northrop Grumman began with an email from the career and development services at Alabama A&M University. The email highlighted an opportunity to attend the Northrop Grumman Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Invitational. I immediately applied and a month…

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Meet Kanavis: Ensuring Quality Over Quantity

How did you find your way to Northrop Grumman? I attended a Northrop Grumman job fair in Huntsville, Alabama, where I met an Aeronautics representative who works in Clearfield, Utah. After having a conversation about composite materials he then encouraged me to apply for a Quality Engineering position, and scheduled…

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Meet Monique – From Biosensors to Semiconductor Processing

Meet Monique, a microelectronics engineer, working in Linthicum, Maryland in the Northrop Grumman Advanced Technology Laboratories. She was recently named “Most Promising Engineer in Industry” at the 2020 Black Engineer of the Year Awards Gala. How’d you find yourself at Northrop Grumman? I started at Northrop Grumman immediately after finishing…

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Meet Montraz: An Intern Creating Top-Notch Hardware Designs

Meet Montraz, an intern learning what it means to push the boundaries of possible from a leading global provider of secure software-define, hardware-enabled mission systems. How did you get your internship at Northrop Grumman? I learned about the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Invitational offered by Northrop Grumman because…

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Meet Rose: A Flight Test Electrical Engineering Intern

Rose is an electrical engineering major at Hampton University who found her passion for flight testing as an intern at Northrop Grumman. Driven by designing, building, and testing systems, Rose’s internship has exposed her to projects and experiences that have allowed her to learn about aircraft systems and the Aerospace…

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Meet the Raiders

"The first lesson is that you can't lose a war if you have command of the air, and you can't win a war if you haven't." —Gen. Jimmy Doolittle   On April 18, 1942, 80 men and 16 B-25 Mitchell medium bombers set off on what some said was an…

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