Going back to school was a little bit easier this year for hundreds of kids, parents and teachers in Warner Robins, Georgia, thanks to their Northrop Grumman neighbors.
Driving through the City of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Jacob Garland still passes too many houses with what has become a local symbol of need — a blue tarp on the roof. Eighteen months ago, Hurricane Laura — a Category 4 storm tied as the strongest to ever make landfall in Louisiana — devastated the area. In a cruel twist of fate, Hurricane Delta struck the same area six weeks later.
Northrop Grumman offers a range of healthcare benefits to support its broad employee population.
Jerry is a safety engineer at Northrop Grumman and an advocate for employees with disabilities, making sure his site's facilities more accessible for those with disabilities.
One of my passions is supporting underrepresented students — especially girls and people of color —ensuring they are exposed to STEM.
One of Northrop Grumman's incredible women in engineering, Tina Rateau is driven by a simple mission statement: "Get a cause. Get involved. Get going."
For many Northrop Grumman employees, one of the most exciting things about a career at the company is that you never know where it will take you — but you do know that your team will be there every step of the way.