Northrop Grumman Info Session

Mon Sep 19 2022 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
CoVE, Weber III Building
Open to AE graduate students

 

Northrop Grumman
Info Session

(for AE graduate students)
 

Monday, September 19
5 - 7 PM
CoVE, Weber II Building, 3rd floor

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Are you a PhD or MS student graduating in Fall 2022 or Spring 2023? Northrop Grumman will be on campus September 19-20 for an informational session and on-campus interviews for the Future Technical Leaders program. Future Technical Leaders (FTLs) is a highly selective rotational program at Northrop Grumman that is strategically designed to accelerate the development for elite technical leaders. It provides professional development and networking opportunities for STEM graduate students and those working on post doctorates from some of the nation’s most prestigious universities. The program leverages experiences and relationships to grow careers while making significant technical and business contributions for the company. Both external candidates and current employees are eligible to apply.

  • Specialized Training and Development: Future Technical Leader participants, also referred to as FTLs, attend special training and development forums throughout the three-year program. These forums are designed to enhance participants’ experiences and knowledge in preparation of becoming a leader in the company. Other development opportunities include conferences, certifications and special projects that align and contribute to enterprise strategies.
  • Networking and Executive Visibility: The program is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge of the company, as well as opportunities to network as a cohort and meet previous FTLs and leaders from across the enterprise. The program’s ability to provide enterprise-wide leadership visibility is an important consideration in all components of the program.
  • Opportunities to Rotate: Experiencing a variety of assignments, locations and teams enables FTLs to develop and learn different technical and mission areas. Participants are strongly encouraged to embrace diverse rotations, both geographically and professionally. Relocation assistance is provided for every assignment that meets Internal Revenue Service rules.

For more information on the program see: Future Technical Leaders at Northrop Grumman - Northrop Grumman. 

See you on September 19 at 5 pm in the CoVE room of the Weber II Building for an informational session (bring a resume and pizza will be provided) followed by on-campus interviews on September 20. Can’t make it to the info session on September 19, please contact the alumni recruited directly at: sam.wanis@ngc.com

Location

CoVE, Weber III Building