Meet Northrop: Info Session, Tech Talk, & Resume Drop
When: Tuesday, Nov 12, 6.00pm-7.30pm
Join us on November 12th in SGM-101 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM to learn about what opportunities you can pursue at a leading aerospace and defense company. From development and deployment of the B-2 Spirit Bomber and Global Hawk UAV to the communications payloads for Advanced EHF satellites to the future James Webb Space Telescope, Northrop Grumman plays a pivotal role to constantly push the boundaries of current technology and provide innovative solutions to ensure global security.
Our speakers Bill Aumack and Thurman Brown will talk about current technology developments at Northrop Grumman and will hold a Q&A session afterwards.
Bill Aumack is a Senior Engineering currently working on upgrading the B-2 bomber. He has worked on software for the B-2 Bomber (when it was still classified) and Global Hawk UAVs. He received his BS in Computer Science from Loma Linda University (now La Sierra University) in 1985.
Thurman Brown is a System Architect and Development Manger for the B-2 Mission Planning System. He has been with Northrop Grumman for 11 years designing and developing mission planning software. He received his BS in Computer Science from USC in 1991 and his MS in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 1993.
Full-time and internship opportunities are available throughout Northrop Grummanís offices across the nation, including Redondo Beach, headquarters of the Aerospace Systems sector. Donít miss your chance! Learn more at this info session!
Powell Hall of Information Sciences and Engineering, University Park
Campus, Los Angeles, CA 90089